Shark Tale: A Different Kind of Fish Story

Jackson, Blair
September 2004
Mix;Sep2004, Vol. 28 Issue 10, p80
Focuses on the sound production for the Dreamworks' film “Shark Tale.” Comparison of the film with “Finding Nemo”; Work made by sound designer Wade Wilson; Wilson's design suite at Technicolor-Weddington and its audio equipment; Water recording.


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