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Comments about the soundtrack for The Matrix Reloaded (Don Davis)

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Re: Davis should ditch blahblahblah
• Posted by: Shawnfan   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, July 7, 2008, at 4:44 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Davis should ditch The Newman Stage! (Chris Tilton)

> Jurassic Park sounded really good actually, but so did JP3. JP1 had a lot
> more his though I felt, but I think that was because there are better
> mastering processes now. There is a disadvantage with Armin's recording
> style, and that is because there is a lot of emphasis on close mics, stage
> noise is much easier to hear, but it is a disadvantage I am willing to
> live with. I love to hear the players playing, the sound of the rosin on
> the bow, the players furiously digging away. I LOVE that sound, and I love
> the fact that I can hear layer upon layer upon layer of Davis's music,
> something I wouldn't be able to do nearly as well with someone like John
> Kurlander or something. The Williams scores kind of have a "step
> back" approach where you are farther away and things start to get
> muddy. I like crispness.

Y'all are whack. Shawn Murphy is the best mixer on the planet. You should hear it WHILE it's being recorded, not on your cheap stereos. Shawn's a good man, too, and doesn't deserve your whining about his work. Don't be rude, boys. And hey, thanks for giving me a chance to say my peace.

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