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November 20, 2015, 02:17 PM
SAN FRANCISCO — In this behind-the-scenes video, Mad Max: Fury Road re-recording mixer Matthew Ladarola provides insight into the sonic opportunities afforded by Dolby’s Atmos format (www.dolby.com/Atmos). Ladarola points to the film’s opening scene, where Max is being chased by a car that soars over his head. Using Dolby Atmos, he says, is “the best thing you can do, [to] transcend the space that you’re in, whether it’s your living room or theater, and it feels like you’re ...#atmos#mixer#mad max#fury road
August 22, 2015, 02:49 AM
We catch up with sound recordist Ben Osmo on the set of Mad Max: Fury Road. Ben fills us in on recording sound on such an insane set, and how he managed to catch dialogue in the midst of explosions, collisions & big rigs roaring their way through the Namibian desert. This is a brilliant read!#boom#sound#foley#mad max#fury road#recordist#postpro
May 29, 2015, 06:16 AM
Sound Devices 7-Series Proves Vital in High-Speed Production Across the Hot, Sandy Landscape of Namibia#video devices#sound devices#mad max
May 18, 2015, 01:25 PM
Go watch Mad Max: Fury Road, then come back and check out this comprehensive round up of making of insights, interviews and videos, including 2 hours with DoP John Seale...#making of#mad max#fury road#john seale#dop
Gordon sits down with Matt Villa to discuss the editing of Peter Rabbit 2 - The Runaway.
Gordon Sits down with Nick Carew to discuss The Girlfriend Experience Season 03.
Editor Sam Rice Edwards joins us from the UK to discuss his work on the Youtube documentary Life In ...
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