• Finding decent equipment and environments.
• Making the recording.
• Understanding sound-processing basics.
• Previewing the recorded sound.
Coming into this chapter, you need the following:
• A script
• People to perform the lines
Although you won’t be adding ambient sounds like footsteps, crashes, and background noise until after animation is finished, you need to have any dialogue recorded before you begin. Although those other types of sounds are fairly easy to synchronize to your animation, the reverse is true for the spoken word. The viewer will easily discern any variance from the rhythms of natural speech, ...