Name that Tune

Started by Mr. Clemens, Jan 23, 2022, 06:31:37 PM

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Mr. Clemens

Mr. Clemens

#15
Quote from: Elmazalman on Jan 25, 2022, 11:23:37 PM
It sounds like a brief snatch of dialogue mixed in with the rest of the din - and it still sounds like Parker.

The early dialogue in the sequence is layered on top without regard for who's speaking - a deliberate sound design choice? I believe the director wanted a sense of unease by making the overlapping dialogue hard to decipher.

Gotta disagree once again - to me, it sounds like Dallas. I always enjoy reading your posts, Elmazalman, but I don't recognize you as an authority on what things sound like.  :P

And there is a tune there -  I can go and play it on the piano right now. I can't do that with regular conversation. But since none of us seems to know what that tune actually is, I'm willing to drop ot.  :D

SiL

SiL

#16
I always thought it was someone saying "Dallas, Dallas, come on" in a bit of a song-songy voice, not a song.

Elmazalman

Elmazalman

#17
Quote from: SiL on Jan 26, 2022, 11:31:48 AM
I always thought it was someone saying "Dallas, Dallas, come on" in a bit of a song-songy voice, not a song.
It is. It's Parker.

I'd listen to the raw production audio and Chestburster multi-angle audio for any additional clarity.

Quote from: Mr. Clemens on Jan 26, 2022, 11:00:09 AM
Quote from: Elmazalman on Jan 25, 2022, 11:23:37 PM
It sounds like a brief snatch of dialogue mixed in with the rest of the din - and it still sounds like Parker.

The early dialogue in the sequence is layered on top without regard for who's speaking - a deliberate sound design choice? I believe the director wanted a sense of unease by making the overlapping dialogue hard to decipher.

Gotta disagree once again - to me, it sounds like Dallas. I always enjoy reading your posts, Elmazalman, but I don't recognize you as an authority on what things sound like.  :P

And there is a tune there -  I can go and play it on the piano right now. I can't do that with regular conversation. But since none of us seems to know what that tune actually is, I'm willing to drop ot.  :D
If there is a tune buried in there, it doesn't sound like it's coming from Dallas.

You don't have to recognise me as anything, other than a fellow poster and fan of the original film.

Mr. Clemens

Mr. Clemens

#18
Quote from: SiL on Jan 26, 2022, 11:31:48 AM
I always thought it was someone saying "Dallas, Dallas, come on" in a bit of a song-songy voice, not a song.

I'm beginning to think it's an improvised riff, as well. Makes sense, considering they apparently had to pay out the nose for 'You are my Lucky Star.'

SiL

SiL

#19
If it were an actual song, yes, they'd have to have licensed it. I actually think it's Parker asking Dallas to pass some food the more I listen to it.

StrangeShape

StrangeShape

#20
Quote from: SiL on Jan 26, 2022, 11:31:48 AM
I always thought it was someone saying "Dallas, Dallas, come on" in a bit of a song-songy voice, not a song.

Thats what I hear as well

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