The Strange Sources for Doom Sound Effects #SciFiSunday
Ben Burtt is the guy who came up with all the sounds for Star Wars. Likewise the Raiders trilogy, E.T., Wall-E, and many other movies.
Blasters? Banging a rock on the support cables for a radio tower. Lightsabers ? The hum of an old movie projector. That little revolver Indiana Jones used? A Winchester rifle shot in a Southern California canyon. It turns out the sounds of Doom were also drawn from some odd sources. Here’s more from Doom expert decino:
Where the heck did those Doom sound effects come from?
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