the sound of Gravity

In this exclusive SoundWorks Collection profile we talk with Director Alfonso Cuarón and Re-recording Mixer Skip Lievsay about the sound teams work to create a dramatic sound scape to a dark and vast outer space environment.

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Comments

  1. neilwilkes says:

    “The Sound of Gravity”? Are you kidding me? Seriously, that is the worst name I have ever seen not only because it is such an oxymoron akin to saying “The Colour of Electricity” but also because you cannot have “sound” at all in deep space – no air to carry the sound pressure waves (ignore the mainstream’s pathetic nomenclatures such as “Bow Shock” and “Solar Wind” as they are nothing of the sort – solar wind is about as accurate as saying a breath of voltage.

    Sorry to be a pedant – I know I need to get out more too.

  2. Hat dies auf Marsis Welt rebloggt.

  3. Contrasted by many sf movies, this movie does show that there is no sound in space, so the sounds that do come up are definitely relevant

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