Audio Post Production

Audio Post Production - Audio Post Production Elements of a...

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Elements of a Soundtrack Dialogue Most important element Must be clear and legible because it tells the story Must tie the plot and the narrative side of the story Dialogue is captured on the set by the Boom Operator and production audio mixer Boom Operator= Mic person Production Audio Mixer= getting sounds to field recorder ADR=Automated dialogue replacement Talent must come in and redo his/her lines in a controlled environment (studio) Room Tone= Smoothes out replaced dialogue Foley Foley effects are added real time to the picture Recorded on a Foley Stage or in a Foley Pit The stage/pit has different surfaces built into it. Sand, glass wood, concrete and a world of props are found here Designed/Creature Sounds Invent “new” sounds Keep it fresh. This is the idea behind designed and creature sounds Good sound designer will use “everyday” sounds and turn them into their own “new” sounds Gary Rydstrom X-men Saving Private Ryan Titanic Jurassic Park Ben Burtt
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course SP 0710 taught by Professor Dino during the Spring '08 term at Full Sail.

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