Beaumont, CA. Down the freeway from the waterworks.
20:38 when Glen walks over to talk with Saul and Victor, his footsteps have a distinctive thump-thump sound. Is this meant to convey that he's walking with a limp?
34:38 when Scratch first hits Shirley with the hammer the impact sounds muffled, almost like it was impacting wood. Shouldn't it have been metallic? Most Desert Eagles have steel slides and steel lower frames (though some have aluminum frames). The subsequent blows do have a more metallic sound.[/QUOTE]
One thing I've learned Cabbage Patch is that everyone had different ears, thus the smart move of having 3 people per chapter. That being said, if you listen closely the footsteps in the Glen scene, Saul and Victor have the same thumping, but Glens is much louder probably because you hear his when no one is talking over them. They are kind of loud though aren't they?
As for Scratch hitting Shirley, it does sound a little bit muddled compared to the other hits, but you still have somewhat of a clang. He could have had it fitted with wooden sides grips though and she could be hitting it by the grip. If that's not the case though, some EQ would could probably be done. Good finds Cabbage Patch.