Ken Nightingall, Star Wars Boom Operator, Dead at 92
A veteran film recordist, Nightingall became an unlikely cult figure among Star Wars fans due to his sartorial choices on the set of the first film.
Tom Kobayashi, Skywalker Sound / ISDN Pioneer, Dead at 91
Tom Kobayashi built and ran George Lucas’ Skywalker Sound before pioneering the use of ISDN and fiber optic networks for audio work.
Oscar-Winning Sound Mixer Stuart Wilson Talks Pre-‘1917’ Career
Stuart Wilson, the Oscar and BAFTA winning sound mixer for 1917 discusses his early love of sound and working on some of the world's best-known films.
‘Sound was my first love’: Chatting to award-winning 1917 sound mixer Stuart Wilson
The Oscar and BAFTA winning sound mixer for 1917 talks his early love of sound and working on the world's best known films
Colorado Symphony takes Star Wars film score to the next level with L-ISA
Clearwing Productions, the first North American company to utilise the system, deployed L-ISA for the special event
Inside the Colorado Symphony’s Immersive Star Wars Show
Hyperspace got “hyperreal” when Clearwing Productions deployed L-Acoustics’ L-ISA for a live orchestral accompaniment to The Empire Strikes Back.