Capturing Nature's Music with Sweetwater

How far would you go to get amazing sound samples? Well, if you’re Thomas Rex Beverly, then the answer to that question spans continents. This adventurous recording engineer has recorded the most elusive sounds in the world in some of the most difficult-to-reach locations. Recently, Beverly traveled to Greenland and Iceland, where he recorded the ethereal calving sounds of disappearing glaciers. In this article, we’ll journey to the ends of the earth with Beverly and discuss how he captures otherworldly soundscapes and transforms them into his incredible sound libraries, which have been used by Oscar and Emmy Award–winning artists and filmmakers in a whole host of high-profile film and television projects, including CODA, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, Yellowstone, The Last of Us, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, Star Trek: Picard, and Frozen II.

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