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Old 12-30-2012, 09:15 PM
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Question Why the 2-d animated films sounds flat?

Today I saw Planet Hulk and sounds good, but I felt it a little flat, the bass was poor and does not have the same depth that other movies, the same with movies 2-d like Beauty and beast, The lion king, etc. Why they sounds flat?
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Old 12-31-2012, 03:11 AM
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What does it have to do with being 2D? Have you heard the 2D version of Brave? Ahhh-mazing.
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Old 12-31-2012, 04:14 AM
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What does it have to do with being 2D? Have you heard the 2D version of Brave? Ahhh-mazing.
I think he's referring to cartoons as 2D (versus life-action/3D animation).

Anyways. The only possible reasons I could come up with is that most of these movies are either a tad old (in case of most 2D disney animated feature films) or, as is the case with Planet Hulk, direct-to-video releases.

It could also be an artistic choice, of course.
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th princess and the frog is a recent movie and the same thing too.
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Has nothing to do with the film being an animation, but with the sound engineering behind the film. Just as you have great looking films, and bad looking films, you have great sounding films, and terrible sounding films. Aside from the typical production issues that plague various releases, it's probably to be expected.
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Has nothing to do with the film being an animation, but with the sound engineering behind the film. Just as you have great looking films, and bad looking films, you have great sounding films, and terrible sounding films. Aside from the typical production issues that plague various releases, it's probably to be expected.

oH REALLY? gIVE EXAMples of animated films with good sound.
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