Jackson, Blair
September 2010
Mix;Sep2010, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p20
The article focuses on three-dimensional (3D) sound systems in film soundtracks such as the Dolby Surround 7.1. It discusses how re-recording mixer Mike Hedges created the 22-channel mixing of the soundtrack for 3D movie "Kingkong," which involved speakers from L-Acoustics and Meyer Sound. Hedges shares that they did panning for the sound effect of the scene when Kingkong threw the Tyrannosaurus rex on a tram. It mentions that Arup Acoustics uses an Ambisonic system in its 3D sound environment.


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