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David Fincher's “Fight Club” has grown from an underrated gem, to a cult classic, to being widely accepted as one of the best films of all time. In this video I shine a light on the sound design of Ren Klyce and Richard Hymns, specifically in the film's fight scenes, and (hopefully) give a better idea of why sound design is so important in a film, and the role it played in cementing the films status as one of the greatest of all time.
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All music taken from the film's original score, composed by The Dust Brothers.
Ren Klyce full video:
Foley Artists – How Movie Sound Effects are Made:
The Beautiful Lies of Sound Design:
A Foley Artist Sounds Off:
Clips featured from “Fight Club”, “Die Hard”, “Guardians of the Galaxy”, “The Matrix”, “Daredevil”, “Star Wars”.
Other clips taken from behind the scenes footage of “Interstellar”, “WALL-E”, “The Social Network” and “Star Wars”.
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(This an older video originally uploaded to YouTube)