June 6, 2019, 01:21 PM
The sound in HBO's 'Chernobyl' - and the interplay between sound design and score - is outstanding, and it's a great pleasure to give you the story behind it in this exclusive A Sound Effect interview. Here, supervising sound editor Stefan Henrix and sound designer Joe Beal share how they made its eerily haunting soundscape, and the lengths they went to capture and design an authentic sound for the series:#sound#sound design#sound effects#chernobyl#chernobyl sound design
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