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Producing Great Sound for Film and Video, 4th Edition by Jay Rose

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CHAPTER 11

Postproduction Hardware

 

 

 

fig11_1 ROSE’S RULES

The tools you use for editing video can permanently affect your sound. Don’t try audio fixes in your NLE, unless you’re sure the project will never go to a DAW.1

When you set up an edit system, paying attention to detail is more important than spending a lot of money.

The most important audio equipment you’ll ever own is the monitor system. If you don’t get this right, your film will suffer.

Want to buy some equipment? My studio has digital multitrack and DAT decks (all with timecode); racks of high-end analog and digital equalizers, noise reducers, compressors, and reverbs; three ...

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