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Did John Williams remix the Indy trilogy?

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by gingercat, Oct 28, 2003.

  1. gingercat

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    ...only when I watched Raiders last night, the music sounded fantastic, but I was a bit dissapointed with the mix with regards any vocals and other non-music sounds. Any speech sounded somewhat muffled, or at least, rather quiet - yet the music came through sounding great. I'm sure John must have accidentally notched up the music score and faded down the vocals...


    Anyone else noticed this? I've not watched the other 2 yet, but I hope they won't suffer the same way :(
     
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    John Williams wouldnt have had anything to do with the remixing of these films, thats down to someone at Lucasfilms Ben Burtt ?
     
  3. gingercat

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    ...erm, I was being sarcastic. Really, the dialogue is very poor on the R2 Raiders DVD.
     
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    Sarcasm on the AV Forums Noooooooo lol

    i agree that the sound quality on Raiders could have been better ive watched Temple of Doom and its much better to my ears anyways.
     
  5. gingercat

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    Glad to hear the rest will sound better - I assume both the R1 and R2 DVDs contain (essentially) the same mixes?
     
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    Last Crusade sounded fantastic imo, and the film was much better than I remember, so I am an extra happy bunny :):):)
     
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    I have watched all 3 Films now and have to say i enjoyed The Last Crusade the most in terms of sound and the actual film, Indies Dad (Sean Connery) is just superb in it i cant help but laugh every time i see him :)
     

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