CTPR 242 Fall '11 - Week 8

CTPR 242 Fall '11 - Week 8 - SoundEditing

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Sound Editing - The job of the sound editor is to pick and place  sounds. - Many different types of sound editors: Dialogue  Editor, FX editor, music editor, etc. The Supervising  Sound Editor coordinates all of the work. - Sound editor works on a Digital Audio Workstation  (DAW) – usually ProTools.
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ProTools
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Sound Editing Station @ Warner  Bros.
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Getting sound into ProTools - Usually, the picture editor will output an OMF file   (Open Media Framework). The OMF is then opened  in ProTools. - All of the original media is present in its original  positions, including handles. 
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Basic Principles - Sound editors work with the mix in mind. Each  horizontal track in ProTools will correspond to a  vertical strip on the mixing console. A simplified  visualization of this:
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- Basic rule of track layout : keep like sounds together  and unlike sounds separate: - Production dialogue on one track, ADR on another  track, Foley on another track, etc. -
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This note was uploaded on 12/23/2011 for the course CTPR 242 taught by Professor Holman during the Fall '08 term at USC.

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CTPR 242 Fall '11 - Week 8 - SoundEditing

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