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SoundRadar Episode 22 - Tomb Raider with Jason Graves

Lara's reboot has proven to be a success, even if Square Enix doesn't think so. We certainly enjoyed it, and you can read more about our thoughts in our Tomb Raider review. With Lara's new look comes a memorable new sound thanks to "The Instrument," which was built to create Tomb Raider's unique and other-worldly sound. Find out more about what it was like to work with Crystal Dynamics and what was involved to create the right tone and atmosphere for Tomb Raider. The soundtrack is available for purchase on Amazon.

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  • GR_SophiaTong - April 26, 2013 2:19 p.m.

    New podcast! audio issues have been fixed, and it's a slightly different interview.
  • ventanger - April 9, 2013 4:52 p.m.

    Geez. Listening to this and trying to enjoy it but the audio cuts out randomly and then picks up later on in the sentence. At points it's literally impossible to follow what people are saying.
  • GR_SophiaTong - April 9, 2013 5:06 p.m.

    are you streaming or did you download? The file seemed okay when I listened?
  • ventanger - April 9, 2013 5:30 p.m.

    Downloaded, I can give you the specific minutes and seconds where Jason's voice drops out if you want, but just listening to it, it happens frequently. It's probably just the limitations of the software you're using to communicate.
  • GR_SophiaTong - April 9, 2013 5:33 p.m.

    Yeah there was a bit of him dropping out from the connection, it started to get worse at the end. I tried to cut around it but for the most part you can hear most of the conversation?
  • ventanger - April 9, 2013 5:44 p.m.

    Mostly, yeah, but still it's like trying to talk to somebody over a bad cellphone connection. A solution could be, and I know this would take some work, is to have the other person record themselves while you two are talking, and just have them send you their end of the conversation and chop it together in post. Again, a little bit more work, but not only will it not cut out, but it won't sound like you're talking over Skype. Just a suggestion, still this was enjoyable.

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