How 'Mad Max' Sound Editors Made Engine Noises

December 18, 2015, 07:19 AM

Listen again to those high-speed vehicles racing across the desert landscape in George Miller's postapocalyptic Mad Max: Fury Road, which was nominated Dec. 10 for a Golden Globe as one of the year's best dramas. For as supervising sound editors Scott Hecker and Mark Mangini — Oscar-nominated sound veterans from L.A.-based audio post facility Formosa Group — explain, each of those monster rigs has a distinct, and distinctly animalistic, personality.

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