Batman Rides Again

Jackson, Blaiir
July 2008
Mix;Jul2008, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p45
The article focuses on the sound designer and supervising sound editor of "The Dark Knight," Richard King. According to the author, King is a veteran sound supervisor who have won Oscars, and works out the sound effects on various script for "The Dark Knight." King said that the movie director gave him and his sound crew plenty of latitude in developing sounds, and he knows what sounds can bring to the table, and he wants to exploit it fully.


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