Engineering and mixing for the world's biggest films and events
See the engineering and production duo Peter Cobbin (former chief engineer at Abbey Road Studios) and Kirsty Whalley in conversation. They worked with 1200 musicians as Associate Music Directors of the London Olympics opening ceremony, and have recorded and mixed the scores for dozens of the biggest films of recent years (from Shrek to The Hobbit and the Harry Potter films).
Part of a Season of Sound, celebrating the Library’s sound archive. Audio installation supplied by Bowers & Wilkins.
|Name:||The Art of Recorded Sound: Peter Cobbin and Kirsty Whalley in conversation|
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