Skywalker Sound

Kenny, Tom
November 2004
Mix;Nov2004, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p22
Focuses on Skywalker Sound studio in Marin County, California. Mystique generated by the name itself; Standards set by the people at Skywalker for feature film sound, both technically and creatively; Independence of the sound facility in the age of consolidation; Movies that were edited and mixed at Skywalker; Expansion and renovation of Skywalker's Technical Building; Skywalker's use of its remote APT services for making a bigger push into television.


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