What did a chariot race in ancient Egypt sound like? How might voices bounce around a pharaoh's palace? Does the parting of the Red Sea sound like a particularly turbulent day at the beach? And what about that voice of God? These are just a few of the aural issues Lon Bender and Wylie Stateman, sound designers of DreamWorks Pictures' animated epic The Prince of Egypt, had to consider during the film's three-year production process. A lot is riding on the project, the studio's inaugural ...
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