Skywalker Sound

From Darth Vader’s ominous breathing to the simple yet iconic voice of WALL-E, Skywalker Sound has moved audiences with inventive uses of audio for more than 35 years.

Skywalker Sound specializes in sound design and audio postproduction on everything from motion pictures to video games. The celebrated facility has created the soundscapes and mixes for hundreds of movies, including the Star Wars films, Iron Man, the Jurassic Park series, a variety of independent works, and many animated features.

Skywalker Sound has won 19 Academy Awards® and has received 45 nominations.

Skywalker Sound has worked on over 500 films and television shows.

For Star Wars: The Clone Wars, everything was made to sound unique — even each lightsaber had its own distinct hum.

The THX sound standard was created by George Lucas, Tomlinson Holman, and Skywalker Sound — an innovation that changed the movie theater audio experience.

Ben Burtt, sound designer of WALL-E, gave each robot character-based sounds; WALL-E’s motors come from an old, hand-cranked army generator.

Most of the facility’s sounds are not synthesized; Skywalker Sound captures everything from the whirring of jet engines to the chirping of birds for its massive catalog.

From Darth Vader’s ominous breathing to the simple yet iconic voice of WALL-E, Skywalker Sound has moved audiences with inventive uses of audio for more than 35 years.

Skywalker Sound specializes in sound design and audio postproduction on everything from motion pictures to video games. The celebrated facility has created the soundscapes and mixes for hundreds of movies, including the Star Wars films, Iron Man, the Jurassic Park series, a variety of independent works, and many animated features.

Skywalker Sound has won 19 Academy Awards® and has received 45 nominations.

Skywalker Sound has worked on over 500 films and television shows.

For Star Wars: The Clone Wars, everything was made to sound unique — even each lightsaber had its own distinct hum.

The THX sound standard was created by George Lucas, Tomlinson Holman, and Skywalker Sound — an innovation that changed the movie theater audio experience.

Ben Burtt, sound designer of WALL-E, gave each robot character-based sounds; WALL-E’s motors come from an old, hand-cranked army generator.

Most of the facility’s sounds are not synthesized; Skywalker Sound captures everything from the whirring of jet engines to the chirping of birds for its massive catalog.

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