It’s possible you bought this book because you’re trying to solve an immediate problem. Think of this chapter as Frequently Asked Questions, addressing the most common concerns in postproduction sound.
Many sound problems can’t be resolved in a couple of sentences, so you’ll be directed to relevant chapters of this book. A few can’t be resolved at all; the best I can do in those cases is suggest ways to create a substitute track.
Use this chapter to solve the immediate problem. But please, go on to read the rest of the book. It’ll teach you the techniques professionals use to improve marginal sounds, and to make well-recorded ones jump out of the speakers. These are the secrets behind a great soundtrack.
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