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Audio Post Production for Television and Film, 3rd Edition by Tim Amyes, Hilary Wyatt

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13

Post Sync Recording

Hilary Wyatt

As discussed in earlier chapters, most mixes will contain elements of studio-based recordings, such as ADR, foley and voice-over. With the exception of voice-over, such recordings should ideally be recorded in a similar acoustic environment to that of the original scene so as to be indistinguishable from the production sound. As this is generally not practicable, techniques need to be employed which ensure that the recording is of a quality that enables the mixer to recreate the appropriate acoustic in the mix using eq and artificial reverbs.

At the start of any session, the correct frame rate and sample rate for the job should be double checked, and a backup or ‘snoop’ DAT should be run throughout the session ...

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