The impressive way the Mac was used for Star Wars

The impressive way the Mac was used for Star Wars

The fourth day in May is one that is completely dedicated to Star Wars. The giant film franchise is honored by fans on this day, under the name May the 4th. Something Apple participates in with all its love.

The American company is releasing a video in which fans get a unique behind-the-scenes look.

Apple celebrates Star Wars day with unique video

To celebrate Star Wars day, Apple comes out with a new edition of Behind the Mac. In this video series, fans get to see which major projects use the American company’s computers. This special edition, which runs a whopping nearly seventeen minutes, focuses on the sounds of Star Wars.

Skywalker Sound, a subsidiary of LucasFilm, has been producing the sounds for Star Wars since 1975. Something where it leans mainly on the Mac and all the possibilities that Apple’s computer offers. In the video below, we get to see what it takes to do this and how Skywalker Sound approaches such a process. A fascinating video that is interesting even for people who have nothing to do with the franchise.

In addition to the video, there is also an extensive post in Apple’s Newsroom. This partly corresponds to the video, but offers a bit more information. For example, Apple compares the startup sound of the Mac to one of the most iconic sounds of the silver screen. The message can be read at this link.

Apple Arcade

Are you a Star Wars fan and can’t get enough of the franchise? Then it’s good to know that you can also play a cool game on Apple Arcade right now. The game Star Wars: Castaway is available via the game service. This is a special LEGO game that takes place in the world of the great franchise.

Wondering what the game has to offer you? Then be sure to read the article above!