Last weekend’s trip to Skywalker Ranch and LucasArts in San Francisco’s Presidio allowed Little Miss Techie to a first hand look at the magic of making the Star Wars films that involves live action, computer graphics, models, and sophisticated sound equipment that can draw on a database of clips from any film ever made by George Lucas.
|Matthew Wood, Skywalker Sound Supervising Sound Editor|
To say that sitting in the very same sound room (and chair!) where George Lucas sits and makes decisions about the sounds that go in his movies was awe inspiring is an understatement.
|George Lucas sits here!|
To have the opportunity to hear your voice being used for a character in a movie? Seriously cool!
Little Miss Techie hopped up in a chair next to Academy Award nominee and Skywalker Sound’s Supervising Sound Editor, Matthew Wood, for her chance to record the only “girl battle droid” voice for our entire group.
- Episode 1: Bib Fortuna and Ody Mandrell
- Episodes 2 Magaloop and Seboca
- Episode 3: Magaloop, Seboca, and General Grievous
Little Miss Techie and I were guests of 20th Century Fox. We were not compensated or required to create a video and all opinions are our own. Images without a watermark are courtesy 20th Century Fox.
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