Mr. 3000

Soucek, Paul
October 2004
Mix;Oct2004, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p81
Reports that Paul Soucek works together with director Charles Stone III as supervising sound editor of the motion picture "Mr. 3000." Meeting of Soucek with the producer of events for New York Mets and source and temp score music editor Nick Meyers; Difficulties faced by sound mixer Steve Aaron in capturing the sound of the crowds; Contribution of the workstation technology to the works of the sound editors and sound mixers.


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