Chronicling Riddick

Droney, Maureen
August 2004
Mix;Aug2004, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p60
Focuses on the sound design of the motion picture "The Chronicles of Riddick." Usage of guitars and amplifiers in starship's sound; Sound effects; Creativity of the sound design. INSET: On the Hitchcock Stage.


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