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Famous THX deep note has a story... Excellent article by John Brownlee about the story behind...

Famous THX deep note has a story…

Excellent article by John Brownlee about the story behind world famous THX deep note.

The father of the THX Deep Note was James A. Moorer, an employee of Lucasfilm’s Computer Division, a pioneering skunkworks that eventually sprouted not just THX but Pixar as well. THX was Lucasfilm’s new audio certification standard, a project that sprang from George Lucas’s interest in ensuring that The Return of the Jedi played in theaters at the highest possible quality. As Jedi approached release, the THX team was busy putting together a mark for THX to show before the film, and they wanted a singular sound to play with it.

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