Saving Private Ryan: Audio Dub

BEST EXPERIENCED THROUGH HEADPHONES

I’ve recently started experimenting with dubbing audio in various video game and movie scenes. Here is my second project which is an edit of the opening beach scene from Saving Private Ryan. All sounds effects except for some gun fire and the explosions were all recorded by me. Spent about two hours doing multiple takes of character lines making sure they were executed in a way I believed fit for the visuals. All audio mixing and placement was done in Logic Pro and the final edit was put together in After Effects.

Bullet hit sound effects were created by shooting a paper clip with a rubber band against a steel bottle. Bullet casings firing was created by dropping a 1/4 bold onto a concrete floor from various heights. Moments in which a helmet is fired at was created by filling the steel bottle with a small amount of water and flicking the side with either my finger or a spoon.

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