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Michael Giacchino's mix
• Posted by: Goh
• Date: Sunday, August 7, 2022, at 10:21 p.m.
• IP Address: softbank126225099181.bbtec.net

Hello,

I love Michael Giacchino scores but they have avery dry mix in alot of them. I thought all of his 4 scores this year sounded alot better than previous years though. For example, in cues like Planet of the Escapes from War for the Planet of the Apes, and parts of Far From Home it needs more depth as Christian said in his review. I was wondering if anyone is adding reverb to these scores and if so how much damping etc are you adding? I used apps like audacity but it sounds too muddled after adding some reverb. I can only access something like Audacity since its free and easy to use but could anyone tell me how to use those apps so that Giacchino music can sound crisp and with a wider soundscape with reverb? I would appreciate it if someone knows and can tell me a good way to do so.

Thank you!




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