TITLE

CARS 2

PUB. DATE
July 2011
SOURCE
Mix;Jul2011, Vol. 35 Issue 7, p62
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the sound effects of the film "Cars 2." According to co-supervising sound editor Michael Silvers, the film is an adventure, action, and a spy movie which is viewed more complex than its first installment. Sound designer Tom Myers says that since the film will be released in three-dimensional (3-D) technology, his surround mixing decisions, along with re-recording mixer Michael Semanick, will be affected. It mentions the film's use of 7.1 stems and 6.1 discrete stems.
ACCESSION #
64132654

 

Related Articles

  • 3-D graphics efforts expand. Quinnell, Richard A.; Granville, Fran // EDN;3/28/96, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p38 

    Reports on developments in three-dimensional (3D) graphics capability. Philips Semiconductors' launch of 3D-Master in Hanover, Germany enabling designs of add-on cards; Apple Computer's release of QuickDraw 3D rendering-acceleration virtual engine (RAVE) application-programming interface for...

  • Division news: Stereo. Rhoda, Mary Ann // PSA Journal;Feb98, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p47 

    Features Chequemate Technologies' C-3D Imaging System. Capabilities of the product; Usability.

  • 3D visualisation--time to suspend our disbelief? Whitward, Lane // Design Engineering;Jun95, p28 

    Reports on three-dimensional visualization innovations from a number of systems engineering companies. Includes Richmond Holographic studio's autostereoscopic systems; CAD-generated still holograms from Germany-based Hettich; Thorn EMI's suspended image system.

  • 3D graphics. Shandle, Jack // Electronic Design;5/28/96, Vol. 44 Issue 11, p18 

    Editorial. Compares a three-dimensional display system with a Renaissance painting. Comparison of the rendering techniques.

  • Update your thinking of stereoscopic displays. Schechter, Joanne // Computer Graphics World;Sep97, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p37 

    Provides an overview of new stereoscopic display technology. Applications of stereoscopic imaging; Description of how stereoscopic imaging works; Methods for displaying stereoscopic images; Range of products available. INSET: TV broadcasts tarnish stereo's image..

  • Step right up and see 3-D TV. Chase, Victor D. // Appliance Manufacturer;Jul96, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p8 

    Focuses on the development of three-dimensional imaging. Features of the efforts at the Naval Command Control and Ocean Surveillance Center in San Diego, California; Features of the three-dimensional technology effort by the US Navy; Potential of three-dimensional technology.

  • The magic eye. EK // Entertainment Weekly;6/24/94 - 7/1/94, Issue 228/229, p77 

    Presents the mediums in which stereograms or 3-dimensational pictures are offered. Books; Posters; Calendars; Postcards and Videos.

  • Behind Macworld's graphics. Abes, Cathy // Macworld;Aug1993, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p39 

    Features the opening illustration for Macworld's August, 1993 comparative review of three dimensional (3D) modeling programs. Credentials of artist Jim Ludtke; List of hardware used; List of software used; Description of procedure used for the generation of the illustration.

  • Creating 3-D type with facets and gradients. Abes, Cathy // Macworld;Mar97, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p152 

    Explains how illustrator and type designer Daniel Pelavin created three-dimensional (3-D) type for a book cover using a Macintosh computer. Step-by-step description; The hardware and software that he utilized.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics