Join Scott Hirsch for an in-depth discussion in this video Dialogue editing: Part two, part of Pro Tools: Mixing a Short Film.
We're continuing our dialogue edit here for this scene, we have gone through and made a…very clean Boom track, and now we'll explore some techniques for the Lavalier tracks below.…Which we plan to blend into the boom tracks to make them a little more solid sounding.…Using Lavalier clips like this is a little tricky, they need to be brought in and out…unnoticed, so fading in and out of them will eventually be a necessity.…Before we get to that, let's discuss the negative effects blending two microphones,…such as a boom and a lav together can have on the sound.…Because the sound is hitting the mics at slightly different times and space, the closest mic…to the actor, in this case the Lavalier mic, is receiving the sound slightly before the…Boom mic does, which is a little farther away.…
The technical term for this is that the mics are slightly out of phase from one another,…let's listen to tracks 6 when the architect's first line is on the Boom.…(male speaker: Is he sending you in here with scripted-out dialogue and everything?)…
- Setting up your project
- Exporting audio and video
- Editing dialogue
- Fixing hum and broadband noise issues with processing
- Synchronizing sound effects (SFX)
- Automating volume
- Printing the final mix stems
Skill Level Intermediate
Pro Tools: Audio for Film and Videowith Scott Hirsch5h 9m Intermediate
Pro Tools: Mixing and Masteringwith Brian Lee White10h 32m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Editing Dialogue and Location Sound
3. Working with Sound Effects and Music
4. Mixing to Picture
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