52 Min.

The Art of Cinematic Sound Audio Talks

    • Musik

From the first words of the "talkies" in 1927, the art of cinematic sound has been driving the latest innovations in audio technology for almost 100 years. But in the aftermath of the global pandemic and with the rise of the video streaming giants such as Netflix, more and more consumers are enjoying epic cinematic masterpieces at home. But can they enjoy epic cinema sound as well? Host Oisin Lunny talks to Hollywood producer and author of Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound Bobette Buster and HARMAN's Senior Director of Sales for Strategic Partnership and Business Development Søren Majlund for a journey through the art and tech of cinematic sound.

From the first words of the "talkies" in 1927, the art of cinematic sound has been driving the latest innovations in audio technology for almost 100 years. But in the aftermath of the global pandemic and with the rise of the video streaming giants such as Netflix, more and more consumers are enjoying epic cinematic masterpieces at home. But can they enjoy epic cinema sound as well? Host Oisin Lunny talks to Hollywood producer and author of Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound Bobette Buster and HARMAN's Senior Director of Sales for Strategic Partnership and Business Development Søren Majlund for a journey through the art and tech of cinematic sound.

52 Min.

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