Midge Costin

director of “Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound;” USC

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Director of “Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound;” Hollywood sound editor, professor of sound editing and dialogue at USC.

Midge Costin on KCRW

Try to imagine “Star Wars” without that hypnotic hum of a lightsaber, or “Jurassic Park” without the blood-curdling roar of the tyrannosaurus rex.

‘Making Waves’ film is a love letter to Hollywood sound editing

Try to imagine “Star Wars” without that hypnotic hum of a lightsaber, or “Jurassic Park” without the blood-curdling roar of the tyrannosaurus rex.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Try to imagine “Star Wars” without that hypnotic hum of a lightsaber, or “Jurassic Park” without the blood-curdling roar of the tyrannosaurus rex.

The history of Hollywood sound design

Try to imagine “Star Wars” without that hypnotic hum of a lightsaber, or “Jurassic Park” without the blood-curdling roar of the tyrannosaurus rex.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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