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Spider-Man: Far From Home Sound Completed with Sony Pictures Services


SonyPictures.logo1Post-production sound from this summer’s film from Columbia Pictures, in association with Marvel Studios, Spider-Man: Far From Home, was completed by Sony Pictures Post Production Services. Supervising Sound Editor & Sound Designer Steven Ticknor, Re-Recording Mixer and Supervising Sound Editor & Sound Designer Tony Lamberti and Re-Recording Mixer Kevin O’Connell led a team of veteran sound artists in delivering soundscapes to match the film’s action, superhero gadgetry and characters, including a quartet of Elemental Creatures.


Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, in Spider-Man: Far From Home Spider-Man must step up to take on new threats in a world that has changed.  Ticknor, Lamberti and O’Connell, who previously collaborated on 2017’s Spider-Man: Homecoming, faced a host of sound challenges in the new film. Spider-Man: Far From Home is packed with action sequences of intensity and visual surprises beyond what has been previously seen in the franchise.


Final mixing was completed in the Cary Grant Theater on the Sony Pictures Studios lot in Culver City with O’Connell and Lamberti working natively in Dolby Atmos. Spider-Man: Far From Home was the first film mixed in the Grant Theater following its recent upgrade to support immersive sound.

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