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#ActualKristoff K.

Posted 20 January 2013 - 07:39 AM

Now that's some top tier sound design!
I don't agree with the opinion that this should have some form of crescendo. That's mostly the soundtrack's role. The trailer composition is as it is - there's no real climax moment there, so I didn't expect any building up.

However, I do agree with nsmadsen in terms of lingering reverb tails. Also, a big bottom low frequency droning could greatly enhance the overall impression.
Well ok, maybe not droning exactly. What I mean, is that, apart from making longer reverb tails, a boost in sub low freqs would make it even more appealing (but don't boost anything below 30hz).

Then again, like with almost everything... apply that with moderation.

Kristoff K.

#2Kristoff K.

Posted 20 January 2013 - 07:39 AM

Now that's some top tier sound design!
I don't agree with the opinion that this should have some form of crescendo. That's mostly the soundtrack's role. The trailer composition is as it is - there's no real climax moment there, so I didn't expect any building up.

However, I do agree with nsmadsen in terms of lingering reverb tails. Also, a big bottom low frequency droning could greatly enhance the overall impression.
Well ok, maybe not droning exactly. What I mean, is that, apart from making longer reverb tails, a boost in sub low freqs would make it even more appealing (but don't boost anything below 30hz).

Then again, like with almost everything... apply that with moderation.

Kristoff K.

#1Kristoff K.

Posted 19 January 2013 - 12:55 PM

Now that's some top tier sound design!

I don't agree with the opinion that this should have some form of crescendo. That's mostly the soundtrack's role. The trailer composition is as it is - there's no real climax moment there, so I didn't expect any building up.

 

However I do agree with nsmadsen in terms of lingering reverb tails. Also some big bottom low frequency droning could greatly enhance the overall impression.

Well ok, maybe not droning exactly. What I mean, is that, apart from making longer reverb tails, you some significant boost in sub low freqs would make it even more appealing. 

 

Then again, like with almost everything... apply that with moderation.

 

Kristoff K.


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