Surrounded by Dr. Octopus!

Jackson, Blair
July 2004
Mix;Jul2004, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p91
Describes sound engineering for the movie “Spider-Man 2”. Comic book style of sound mixing; Effects re-recording mixer Greg Russell; Final mixing at the Cary Grant Theatre in Los Angeles, California; Dialog and music mixer Kevin O'Connell; Soundtrack dissection by Sam Raimi; Opportunities for creating novel sounds.


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