Gershin (L) and “wingman” Peter Zinda record root sounds for Riddick at a friend’s
Lear jet hangar.
Gershin up close on the Lear jet engine
To create an organic feel, the audio crew recorded all types of animal sounds
at a facility north of L.A.
Recording a rare black leopard
Capturing the snarl of the rare black leopard
Restful breathing of the rare black leopard
Effects re-recording mixer Frankie Montano on Universal’s Hitchcock Stage.
Rob Arbittier (L), and Scott Gershin and Peter Zinda (rear) in Arbittier’s power-packed
From L to R: Zinda, Arbiter and Gershin
Gershin grabs an old knob to design sound
Vintage keyboards played a huge role in the creation of the Riddick soundtrack.
Gershin’s voice, as an effect, finds its way into most of his films.
From L to R: Zinda, Gershin and Arbittier at their own Wall of Sound