Audio in post

June 2011
Broadcast Engineering (World Edition);Jun2011, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p20
The article focuses on synchronization and format problems of the audio post industry. Ren Klyce, who has worked with recording studios states that upcoming producers may not be aware of possibilities which can come with highend recording studios if they use high technology and giving a quality product requires skill which cannot come with technology. It mentions that channels are discarded or misassigned when a project has been mixed with all digital 5.1 pathway.


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