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comment Why do they go to the toilet and put the hose in it to breathe?
Nice answer and I think this addresses the general question of how/why you could find air in a toilet's plumbing. Note though, at least in the movie scene setup, there didn't appear to be main vent pipes. The toilets were against a short wall of sorts without any walls/pipes leading to the ceiling. I'd guess the writers used this type of explanation and separately the set designers didn't account for how it might actually work.
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comment How did they make the Inception sound?
Thanks for the additional information. I added more spellings (BRAAM, BRAMMS, and BRAAMS) referencing the IndieWire articles. I guess there are two parts to the question--how was the sound made and how was it designed (so +1 for the conception of the Inception sound). Mike Zarin explains the idea and collaboration for the sound, but do you think it was still an oscillator + subwoofer?
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comment How did they make the Inception sound?
That too, but that's probably a harder question for StackExchange's format. :-)
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comment How did they make the Inception sound?
+1 and accepted, the pictures help. :-) I'll add variations to bwaaah to the question to help anyone else wondering the same.
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