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Prometheus recording - sound issue
• Posted by: Slavomir   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, February 25, 2016, at 7:46 a.m.
• IP Address: 77-253-160-195.adsl.inetia.pl
• Now Playing: The Tower of Set / Snake Attack

As this is my firt post on these forums I would like to say hello to all fellow film music enthusiasts.

I noticed some sound issue on CD1 prometheus re-recording: The Tower of Set - Snake Attack track. If you listen closely you will hear some sound flickering/scratching during higher choir parts, this happens between 4:57-5:00 firstly you hear 1 scratch then followed directly by fast 2 scratches.

I checked it on my medium-grade Klipsch floor speakers as well as on other equipment, happens everywhere.

Could anybody confirm?






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