Heat Vision says
Sources say some at Warner Bros. want Christopher Nolan to change the sound mix in response to complaints that Bane's dialogue is hard to hear. But the filmmaker plans only to alter the sound slightly.
I understand that he wants Bane to sound menacing and he has to sound like he's wearing a mask but it was quite tough at times to understand him. I hope the minor tweaks help.
i know that they will make some adjustments to hear more on what bane is saying. during the prologue i understand what bane was saying and it wasn't as bad as the reports/critics are saying. altering it slightly seems a good step to get this issue over with
Some people can't even hear what he says in the trailer. Get your ears checked people!
It took me a bout 3 replays to undertand what he said in the trailer, i guess it won't be as bad when you're in the cinema and have full surround sound which will probably make him easier to understand.
got to agree with you on that one ^_^
this is genious, everyone is talking about this so obviously he did it right, like i mentioned before this is no different then when songs come out and people dont understand certain lines becuase they arent said clearly or properly making people guess at what was said. as long as the movie is good then people will want to know what bane is saying and will watch it more then once to get it all. very slick
They should amplify his voice in a way similar to Hercules in God of war 3 as oppose to trying to make him sound all menacing by speaking gutturally http://www.youtube.com/watc...
i watched that trailer like 3 times and i still had no idea what he was saying
Hahahahahahaha I find this article so funny for some reason.. Well I guess I laughed on the article title... Sorry for that I can't helped it.. LOL
With all the remarks after the prologue was released, I'm sure they'll work out the kinks.
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