Lucasfilm Turns SF Bridge Into Sound Effects Studio

Lucasfilm Turns SF Bridge Into Sound Effects Studio
technology

The studio of Star Wars fame uses caverns under San Francisco Bay to create unique audio recordings for films.

Ryan Gerhardt
  • 11 december 2012

Between now and its opening on Labor Day 2013, the new span of the multibillion dollar San Francisco Bay Bridge has been turned into a sound-effects generator unlike any other.

Skywalker Sound, the audio division of Lucasfilm that is famous for such films as the Star Wars series, has joined in a partnership with the California Department of Transportation to create audio impressions of the bridge.

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