Dialogue editing: Part two


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Dialogue editing: Part two

We're continuing our dialog edit here for this scene in the office. They've gone through and made a clean boom track, and now we'll explore some techniques for the lavalier tracks, which we plan to blend into the boom track to make it a little more solid sounding. Lavalier mics are tricky the need to be brought in and out from the boom track unnoticed so fading in and out of them will eventually be a necessity. In addition, we need to talk about the negative effect blending two microphones can have on the sound. Because the sound is hitting the mics at slightly different times in space, the closest mic, in this case the lavalier mic, is receiving the sound slightly before the boom mic which is a little farther away.

Technical term for this is that the mics are slightly out of phase from one another. Let's solo track six to hear the architect's first line on the boom only. >> Is he sending you in here with scripted-up dialogue and everything? >...

Dialogue editing: Part two
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Dialogue editing: Part two provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Mixing a Short Film with Logic Pro

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