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The Sound and Music of The Dark Knight Rises


Director Christopher Nolan returns for the final chapter of the Batman saga. In this exclusive video, the SoundWorks Collection profiles the sound and music team including composer Hans Zimmer and supervising sound editor and sound designer Richard King.

Movie Studio:
Legendary Pictures

Sound Studio:
Warner Bros. Studios

Directed by:
Christopher Nolan

Original Music by:
Hans Zimmer

Sound Credits:
Randle Akerson – Sound Effects Editor
Michael Babcock – Sound Re-recording Mixer
Michael Babcock – Sound Effects Editor
Andrew Bock – First Assistant Sound Editor
Christopher Flick – Foley Supervisor
Jamie Gambell – Sound Utility
Mark Goodermote – Sound Mixer: New York
Ben Greaves – Sound Utility
James Hyde – ADR Recordist
Richard King – Sound Designer
Richard King – Supervising Sound Editor
R-J- Kizer – ADR Supervisor
Nick Kray – ADR Mixer
Gregg Landaker – Sound Re-recording Mixer
Michael W- Mitchell – Sound Effects Editor
Alyson Dee Moore – Foley Artist
Ryan Murphy – Mix Tech
Ed Novick – Sound Mixer
Thomas J- O’Connell – ADR Mixer
Gary Rizzo – Sound Re-recording Mixer
Brian Robinson – Boom Operator
John Roesch – Foley Artist
Jeff Sawyer – Sound Effects Editor
Bryan O- Watkins – Sound Effects Editor
Hugo Weng – Dialogue Editor
Linda Yeaney – First Assistant Sound Editor
Jerry Yuen – Utility Sound: NYC

Courtesy of Soundworks Collection.

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