Sound Editing and Tracklaying

Ireland, John
May 1989
Image Technology;May1989, Vol. 71 Issue 5, p208
Trade Publication
The article discusses the various phases in sound editing. The first step involves the preparation of the dialogue tracks for the pre-mixing process. The next stage, considered as post-synchronization movements and effects, then requires sound editors to plan the Foley recording. Moreover, the final stage involves the preparation of the resulting sound effects.


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