Worldizing Film Sound with Richard King

Learn about the art of worldizing film sound with Academy Award®-winning sound artist Richard King.

In this video interview, award-winning sound artist Richard King (Oppenheimer, Inception) shares insights and stories into using worldizing - the process of making sound effects, dialogue, or music sound like it would in the real world. Learn how worldizing can bring films to life, adding an authentic touch that enhances the audience's emotional investment in the story and characters.

Content:

00:00 - Intro
00:48 - Worldizing in Inception
01:44 - Worldizing in Oppenheimer
03:32 - Finding sounds in the real world
04:37 - Immersing the audience in the film

To dive deeper into worldizing, and how you can build it into your workflow to create more realistic sound design, check out our most recent blog post on the topic.

 


 

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Many thanks to Mike James Gallagher for leading this interview! Mike is an Emmy-nominated sound effects editor & sound designer (Weird, Selena) and creator of INDEPTH Sound Design. Check out his work here: mikejamesgallagher.com

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