Sound Show

The audience is listening

Movie sound goes beyond the movies

Sound Show

The audience is listening

Movie sound goes beyond the movies
Sound Show

The audience is listening

Movie sound goes beyond the movies

Watching movies at home has come a long way, but the experience of going to the theater is still unmatched. And sound is a big part of it. From the moment you enter the cinema, you hear popping popcorn, screaming children, and the rumble of poorly isolated screening rooms.

Today on the Sound Show podcast, we bring you two stories about movie sounds. First, the story behind Deep Note, the iconic audio logo for THX, and how it was almost lost forever. Then, things get a little personal as one producer with an axe to grind embarks on a journey to find a quieter popcorn kernel.

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