1 de fev de 2012

Ever wonder how airplanes flying overhead really sound?

1 minutos de leitura

'Red Tails' - George Lucas' film on the Tuskegee Airmen, a group of African-American combat pilots during World War II - is the first movie ever mixed in Barco's revolutionary 3D sound format for cinema: Auro-3D 11.1. Thanks to Auro-3D, the air combat scenes and the sound of airplanes flying overhead in 'Red Tails' will be more realistic and this will surely boost the overall cinema experience of moviegoers.

'Red Tails' - George Lucas' film on the Tuskegee Airmen, a group of African-American combat pilots during World War II - is the first movie ever mixed in Barco's revolutionary 3D sound format for cinema: Auro-3D 11.1. Thanks to Auro-3D, the air combat scenes and the sound of airplanes flying overhead in 'Red Tails' will be more realistic and this will surely boost the overall cinema experience of moviegoers.

Watch the exclusive interviews with Matthew Wood, supervising sound editor for 'Red Tails', and David Acord, sound re-recording mixer for 'Red Tails', and discover all the ins and outs of mixing 'Red Tails' in Auro-3D 11.1.