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by matthewgglover » Tue Apr 26, 2011 8:37 am
Let me know what you think and any pointers/criticisms are welcomed and encouraged!
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by barreltone » Sun May 01, 2011 6:15 pm
I think it probably would have been better to have more of the crazy sounds in the room itself, but I can tell from the last line, you didn't have a very good recording environment in there. Did you have a boom op to get as close as possible?
Because you were trying to make the sfx so much bigger than the environment, I could hear some of the low noise as they came in/out. So, it might be worth doing some noise reduction and/or EQ on those. Oh, and a few of the ripping sounds had a little more low end than I wanted to hear. Almost sounded mic-bump-ish to me.
In your sfx mix, I was also looking for a little panning, especially when sounds are happening offscreen.
Interesting music choice - was that from a Bach cello suite?
Overall, I liked the people onscreen, and your ideas were pretty good. Keep working at it!
Hope this helps!
by dpg4macman » Thu Jul 05, 2012 7:50 pm
by stubbsonic » Thu Jul 05, 2012 8:47 pm
It was cool how they all were so happy once they were "working together" at the end.
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