The Golden Compass

Jackson, Blair
December 2007
Mix;Dec2007, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p66
The article focuses on the making of the soundscape of the movie "The Golden Compass." The film's audio is recorded at De Lane Lea Studios in London, England, and Mile Prestwood Smith and Mark Taylor were handling the dialog and music mixing and the effects, respectively. Among the challenges faced by the audio team in the project are, matching the quality of sound with the images and creating the sound for the alethiometer or the golden compass.


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