sex and the city

Weiss, David
September 2003
Mix;Sep2003, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p46
Provides insights on how the sound production and mixing crew of the hit HBO television series "Sex in the City" creates clear dialog and natural effects for the show. Members of the show's sound editing team; Challenges posed by the show's frequent use of voice-overs; Maintenance of clarity in the production dialog; Addition of sound effects.


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