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Re: So, uh, Wheel of Time is getting four albums…
• Posted by: ArborArcanist   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, November 7, 2021, at 9:40 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: So, uh, Wheel of Time is getting four albu... (Chris R.)

> I was referring to the 'overproduced sheen' Edmund was talking about and
> it largely exists as a problem for me on Balfe's work for television
> scores than what he does for films. It was a big thing that keeps me from
> enjoying most of His Dark Materials. I don't know how to word it correctly
> so forgive me but It has something to do with either the mix or the synth
> he uses. As for The Wheel of Time doesn't look too hopeful based on what
> they have released so far. The cues released don't sound so much as cues
> or themes as they sound like rejects from a Pure Moods CD.

Fair enough, haha!




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