Originally Posted by spectator
To qualitatively evaluate a film's soundtrack on the prominence of low-frequency information is akin to deflating a picture score on the basis that, to your taste, the movie didn't feature enough of the color red.
While I kinda agree with what you're saying (even though it might fair to call me a bass nut
), I'd like to point out that this door should swing both ways. While low-frequency information should be no more important than everything else, it should be no less important either.
Going by your example, if Hugo is any indication, Scorsese appears to prefer his images with all trace of the colour red removed.
Originally Posted by rdclark
Not a train. Not a key. Not real. A dream.
Either you have an answer for everything, or I'm gonna have to petition Christopher Nolan to have all the LFE information from Inception removed from this point onwards.
My money's on the former.