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Scott A. Hecker

Supervising Sound Editor and Sound Designer

Formosa Group

HQ Phone: (323) 850-2800

Email: s***@***.com

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Formosa Group

1041 N FORMOSA AVE

West Hollywood, California 90046

United States

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Employment History

The Filmmakers Destination

Sound Supervising Sound Editor

Universal Studios

Affiliations

Member
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Member
Motion Picture Editors Guild

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For Warner Bros.' Batman v Superman, Snyder called on his go-to supervising sound editor/designer Scott Hecker from Santa Monica's Formosa Group - Hecker has worked on all of the Snyder films mentioned above, and more.
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"His vision is amazing," Hecker says of Snyder.
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The sounds from both films are the start of a growing library that will define the ensuing DC Comic films coming via Warner Bros. On Man of Steel, Hecker says they created Superman's unique flying sounds by processing numerous wind and whoosh effects, but there was one throwback ingredient they included to make the flying sounds authentically Superman. "There's a bit of the George Reeves flying sound from the original Superman TV series. The sound isn't dominant, but we just had to include it. If you hear it you know exactly what it is and where it is from," says Hecker.
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Knowing that, Hecker paid special attention to Wonder Woman's characteristic sounds. "They are presently shooting Wonder Woman in the UK.
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For the power blast, "we were thinking that it needed to feel magical, like a superpower, and not something earthly," says Hecker. To achieve an interesting tonal feel without being overly musical, they processed different gongs and bells by manipulating the pitch and speed, and added modulation using Waves MondoMod and other plug-ins.
"It has a stuttering effect to make it feel like it is emulating a force. It's unique, and it sounds powerful and magical at the same time," says Hecker, who feels that designing superhero sounds is part skill and part serendipity. "It's like playing in a sonic sandbox.
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Sound-wise, Hecker wanted to reflect Bruce Wayne's refined sense of style in Batman's arsenal of high-tech gear, including his sweet ride - the Batmobile.
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"We recorded the Batmobile on-location in Detroit, which was really exciting," explains Hecker.
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Back at Formosa, Hecker and his sound team layered the recordings of the Batmobile's inverted transmission whine with the engine sounds of a Shelby Series 1. "It's a powerful car, but it has this sleek power to it that works well with the high-pitched whine that was created from the inverted transmission of the Batmobile," says Hecker.
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For the hand-to-hand combat sequences, Hecker turned to his brother Gary Hecker, a supervising Foley artist at Sony Pictures who has a flair for action films.
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Formosa Group's Scott Hecker on creating iconic sounds

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For Warner Bros.' Batman v Superman, Snyder called on his go-to supervising sound editor/designer Scott Hecker from Santa Monica's Formosa Group - Hecker has worked on all of the Snyder films mentioned above, and more.
...
"His vision is amazing," Hecker says of Snyder.
...
Scott Hecker
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Scott Hecker
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The sounds from both films are the start of a growing library that will define the ensuing DC Comic films coming via Warner Bros. On Man of Steel, Hecker says they created Superman's unique flying sounds by processing numerous wind and whoosh effects, but there was one throwback ingredient they included to make the flying sounds authentically Superman. "There's a bit of the George Reeves flying sound from the original Superman TV series. The sound isn't dominant, but we just had to include it. If you hear it you know exactly what it is and where it is from," says Hecker.
...
Knowing that, Hecker paid special attention to Wonder Woman's characteristic sounds. "They are presently shooting Wonder Woman in the UK.
...
For the power blast, "we were thinking that it needed to feel magical, like a superpower, and not something earthly," says Hecker. To achieve an interesting tonal feel without being overly musical, they processed different gongs and bells by manipulating the pitch and speed, and added modulation using Waves MondoMod and other plug-ins.
"It has a stuttering effect to make it feel like it is emulating a force. It's unique, and it sounds powerful and magical at the same time," says Hecker, who feels that designing superhero sounds is part skill and part serendipity. "It's like playing in a sonic sandbox.
...
Sound-wise, Hecker wanted to reflect Bruce Wayne's refined sense of style in Batman's arsenal of high-tech gear, including his sweet ride - the Batmobile.
...
"We recorded the Batmobile on-location in Detroit, which was really exciting," explains Hecker.
...
Back at Formosa, Hecker and his sound team layered the recordings of the Batmobile's inverted transmission whine with the engine sounds of a Shelby Series 1. "It's a powerful car, but it has this sleek power to it that works well with the high-pitched whine that was created from the inverted transmission of the Batmobile," says Hecker.
...
For the hand-to-hand combat sequences, Hecker turned to his brother Gary Hecker, a supervising Foley artist at Sony Pictures who has a flair for action films.
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This entry was posted in Audio, Film and tagged Batman v Superman, DC Comics, Formosa Group, Scott Hecker, Warner Bros., Zack Snyder on

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