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PC Audio Editing with Adobe Audition 2.0 by Roger Derry

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14

Making programmes: production

14.1 Introduction

This is where the disparate strands of material you have been gathering get pulled together and made into your final programme, or programme item. The script is written or a running order prepared. Each item is put into the correct order, checked with the existing material and recorded. Traditionally this was done as a studio session. While there are still plenty of occasions when this is still the case, the digital audio editor can make this less necessary.

With many speech-based programmes, the main purpose of the studio is to provide a quiet, and relatively dead, environment for your presenter to record their voice links between items (aka inserts) and voice-overs on top of actuality. Given ...

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