The Sound of ‘Skyfall’

By  · Published on November 13th, 2012

As they’ve done a great many times, the folks at The Soundworks Collection have yet another awesome look at the sound of one of the year’s biggest releases. This time their digging into the atmospheric score and meticulously vintage sound effects of Sam Mendes’ Skyfall, the latest film in the James Bond series. 50 years old and the old man still sounds pretty good thanks to the work of Scott Milan (Sound Re-recording Mixer), Greg Russell (Sound Re-recording Mixer), Karen Baker Landers (Supervising Sound Editor), and Per Hallberg (Supervising Sound Editor).

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