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The Sound of Jurassic World



SoundWorks Collection – The Sound of Jurassic World from Michael Coleman on Vimeo.

In this exclusive profile SoundWorks Collection talks with sound designer and re-recording mixer Pete Horner and supervising sound editor/sound designer Al Nelson from Skywalker Sound about their work on Jurassic World.

Movie Studio
Universal Pictures

Sound Studio
Skywalker Sound

Colin Trevorrow

Original Music
Michael Giacchino

Sound Credits

Jason Abell – Recordist: Trailer
Christopher Boyes – Sound Re Recording Mixer
Benjamin A. Burtt – Foley And Effects Editor
Lisa Chino – Assistant Dialogue Adr Editor
Jesse Dodd – Additional Adr Mixer
Angelina Faulkner – Sound Editor: Trailer
Kirk Francis – Sound Mixer
Pascal Garneau – Sound Effects Editor
Scott Guitteau – Sound Effects Editor
Nia Hansen – Foley Supervisor
Travis Hoover – Second Boom and Second Unit: Sound Mixer
Pete Horner – Sound Designer and Sound Re Recording Mixer
Robert Jackson – Boom Operator
Chris Manning – Foley Recordist
Charlie Mascagni – Sound Utility
Stuart McCowan – Supervising Dialogue Editor
Al Nelson – Sound Designer and Supervising Sound Editor
Steve Orlando – Supervising Sound Editors Assistant
Darpan Patel – Sound Effects Editor
David Peifer – Digital Editorial Services
Juan Peralta – Sound Re Recording Mixer
James Eck Rippie – Boom Operator (Second Unit)
Gary Rydstrom – Consulting Sound Designer
Brad Semenoff – Dialogue And Adr Editor
Dennie Thorpe – Foley Artist
Trey Turner – Foley Editor
Marc Uddo – Second Unit: Boom Operator
Jana Vance – Foley Artist
Tony Villaflor – Assistant Sound Re Recording Mixer
Chris Welcker – Boom Operator and Second Boom and Second Unit Mixer
Gwendolyn Yates Whittle – Supervising Sound Editor

Courtesy of Soundworks Collection.

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