Chapter 4. Professional Audio

Author: Luisa Winters


...the visuals and the audio have to be of a certain quality before I start to get excited about the thing.

—Hans Zimmer

In video and film, it’s been said that audio is the most important thing to get right, and I agree with that statement. In fact, in the old days of silent movies, the movie theater would hire a professional musician to improvise and live perform a score while the movie was playing. Even then, moviemakers and theater owners understood the power of audio when viewing a feature film. Audio has the power to change how you feel about a character, the power to affect your mood, and ...

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