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just watched a high school classic with my dual pb2000s. long title..... dont be a menace to south central la while drinking your juice in the hood. it was a wayans bros. spoof of all the hood movies of the 90s. its humor is not for most but i was surprised as how good it sounds thru my setup
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Folks need to stop misinterpreting sheer output for dynamics.


A truly dynamic track provides an interesting usage of both loud and soft; which also permits the usage of deeper and more authoritative bass range and output.


Often when I see folks describe their impressions of soundtracks and use 'aggressive' that often means limited dynamic range due to excessive compression.

I prefer a mix that actually utilizes more of the available dynamic range effectively for a far more compelling and engaging audio experience than one that constantly hammers my ears with 6-12 dbs of limited dynamic range.


Attack and release seems to be a forgotten mixing technique, just always keep the levels as high as possible. Where can I get my relief?


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Folks need to stop misinterpreting sheer output for dynamics.


A truly dynamic track provides an interesting usage of both loud and soft; which also permits the usage of deeper and more authoritative bass range and output.


Often when I see folks describe their impressions of soundtracks and use 'aggressive' that often means limited dynamic range due to excessive compression.

I prefer a mix that actually utilizes more of the available dynamic range effectively for a far more compelling and engaging audio experience than one that constantly hammers my ears with 6-12 dbs of limited dynamic range.


Attack and release seems to be a forgotten mixing technique, just always keep the levels as high as possible. Where can I get my relief?


Best Regards

KvE


I like the scenes where the sound quickly goes from very quiet to loud. They have that jump-factor. You know, like in the horror movies when the people start walking backward.
 

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I like the scenes where the sound quickly goes from very quiet to loud. They have that jump-factor. You know, like in the horror movies when the people start walking backward.

Good example would be Insidious
 
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OZ had pictures coming off the wall how strong the bass is in the movie.

Yes indeed. One movie I really, really liked the audio on. Some killer bass scenes in this movie for sure. Not a movie I feel like watching twice...... even with the evil Mila Kunis. Maybe it was the make up? When the witch gives that green blast from the wand its insane bass!
 

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little off topic watched some nice music/documentaries recently - Sound City and Marley -both sounded superb in lossless .

hearing Marley in DTSMA amazing - best his stuff ever sounded
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I watched Through the Never a few nights ago, what an awesome audio track! that bass drum was hitting nicely.



picked up both "marley" and "through the never" yesterday...


between babysitting granddaughter and watching the Dayton Flyers advance to the sweet 16, i didn't get to check either of 'em out...


hope to get a chance to crank at least one today....!
 

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Yep same here. Gravity actually put me to sleep. Very boring Zzzzzz
I agree, I thought Gravity was the biggest joke next to Argo.
 

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I agree, I thought Gravity was the biggest joke next to Argo.
Id hate to know what you think is a good movie lol
 

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I agree, I thought Gravity was the biggest joke next to Argo.
It was a waste of my time watching this movie. I immediately deleted it after viewing. This is why movie is subjective, some loves this movie.
 

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It was a waste of my time watching this movie. I immediately deleted it after viewing. This is why movie is subjective, some loves this movie.
It would not say it was a waste of time, but clearly overhyped. The only other movie I would say I was duped on was the Blair witch project. What a joke that was, I think it is still in the top 20 all time grossing movies. It had what a $600K budget and in the end a quarter billion worldwide. All for the worst movie ever made IMO.


Going to watch Frozen later this afternoon.
 

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I agree, I thought Gravity was the biggest joke next to Argo.


what did u thunk of "napoleon dynamite"...?
 

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what did u thunk of "napoleon dynamite"...?

I loved it.

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what did u thunk of "napoleon dynamite"...?
Loved it, I cannot believe there was not a second. Dude turned down allot of money for pride.
 

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I actually love Napoleon dynamite as well,


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Funny how subjective movies are. I have watched Gravity 4 times since I got the blu ray!
Don't think I have ever done that. I loved the deeper story beneath the surface events. The audio/LFE was fantastic and the 3d was pretty solid IMO. It all came together for one of the all too rare hits on all cylinders HT experiences for me.
 

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Funny how subjective movies are. I have watched Gravity 4 times since I got the blu ray!
Don't think I have ever done that. I loved the deeper story beneath the surface events. The audio/LFE was fantastic and the 3d was pretty solid IMO. It all came together for one of the all too rare hits on all cylinders HT experiences for me.



i am solidly in this camp...


did not see it in 3D tho...
 
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