"Its like a big canvas of sound, and we paint different colors and textures and brush strokes. And when you put all those brush strokes and colors together then you have a full canvas of sound." - Gary Hecker
The Princess and the Frog sound team (sound re-recording mixer David Fluhr, sound re-recording mixer Dean Zupancic, original dialogue mixer Doc Kane, original dialogue mixer Gabe Guy, and supervising sound editor Odin Benitez) discuss their process for creating a believable soundscape.
What makes this project different than others? Besides having an incredible team working on the movie, what makes this film's sound stand out is it's authenticity. It is often tempting to settle for what is safe and what can be imagined within the deadlines, but in order to create an outstanding product, we must go above and beyond any expectations.
The Princess and the Frog takes place in "jazz-era" 1920's New Orleans...
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