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libraloco

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Jeremy Zuckerman's Legend of Korra: Book One (July 16 from Nickelodeon and Legacy R...

14 June 2013 - 06:53 PM

At last!   :woop: Hopefully if this sells well enough, a proper release of Avatar: The Last Airbender will follow suit.

 

http://blogs.wsj.com...oogle_news_blog

 

 

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Track List:

 

1. Prologue
2. Air Tight
3. In a Box
4. An Impossible Crime
5. Being Patient / Beifong’s Sacrifice
6. Asami and Mako Dine
7. On the Lam
8. Hittin’ on All Sixes
9. Good Ol’ Days
10. Before
11. Fresh Air
12. Korra Confronts Tarrlok
13. Squeaky Rags
14. Amon
15. Chi Blockers
16. A Peaceful Place
17. Left My Heart in Republic City
18. Firebending Training
19. Wheels
20. Republic City Under Attack
21. Hardboiled…Afraid (Separate Ways)
22. War
23. Asami And Hiroshi / Korra Airbends
24. Greatest Change
25. The Legend of Korra End Credits
26. The Legend of Korra Main Title

 

 

Republic City Under Attack:

 


Dry vs. Wet

30 April 2013 - 04:01 PM

I know I risk sounding ignorant by asking this, but can someone please explain dry recording vs. wet recording or provide some examples that illustrate the difference?

 

I listen to both Williams and Giacchino, and even though Wallin is complained about a lot here, I don't think I can really tell a difference in their recording styles--not enough for it to seriously bother me, at least. What is it about the recording styles that makes them different?