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Logger Rhythms Short Film (Full Length) – 1984 Documentary Educational

Logger Rhythms

Short Film (Full Length) – 1984 Documentary Educational

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The technique devised by Kit and his assistant Tony Johnson (later a double Oscar-nominated sound mixer for The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and Avatar) required considerable ingenuity in the microphone placement of each set-up to get the depth and separation of sound necessary into the location stereo recordings. Back in Wellington in the music studio a similar wide-separation recording technique was used for recording Steve Robinson’s score.
– Director Hugh Macdonald, on his website hughmacfilm.co.nz
The people at Dolby were so impressed with it [the finished sound mix] that for the next decade Logger Rhythms was used as a demonstration for best practice Dolby sound recording and mixing.
– Director Hugh Macdonald, on his website hughmacfilm.co.nz