Steven Morrow (‘A Star is Born’ sound mixer) on making the audience feel like they were really there [Exclusive Video Interview]

Steven Morrow (‘A Star is Born’ sound mixer) on making the audience feel like they were really there [Exclusive Video Interview]
A Star is Born” sound mixer Steven Morrow reveals, “This was the first time that a movie was recorded in this way.” Bradley Cooper directs and stars in this drama about a fading musician who helps propel a young singer (Lady Gaga) to stardom, and for the film’s many concert sequences Cooper wanted to create the sense that “everything was live” — no small task. Watch our exclusive video interview with Morrow above.

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Cooper wanted to give the audience the feeling that they’re onstage, backstage and in the crowd during the performance scenes. Morrow, who earned a Best Sound Mixing Oscar nomination for “La La Land” (2016), needed to “come up with a system that could record their vocals and have everybody play along, but also record what that room might sound like.
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