Get Audio Postproduction for Film and Video, Second Edition (DV PDF

By Jay Rose

ISBN-10: 0240809718

ISBN-13: 9780240809717

New to this edition:* learn the way many Hollywood techniques--previously impractical on video--can aid clear up difficulties on smaller productions* extended cookbook recipes part* Technically up-to-date throughoutMake your soundtracks nearly as good as your photographs with this compendium audio recommendations that may be tailored to computer publish. focusing on sound after the shoot, this publication gains many useful examples, cookbook recipes, and tutorials. Audio thought, while beneficial, is gifted in simple English with lots of visible analogies.FAQs, complete causes, and from-the-trenches information handle the total diversity of tactics from wiring and to trying out the ultimate combine. The one-hour audio CD positive aspects platform-independent diagnostics, demonstrations, and instructional tracks. beginners will easy methods to enhance their soundtrack--even after the actors have long past domestic. skilled manufacturers will methods to clear up technical and inventive difficulties quickly.You'll get recipes and step by step directions on how to:* construct a good and trustworthy audio submit setup* plan and price range a superb soundtrack* get sound into your NLE with out wasting caliber or sync* edit voices and track* list Foley and ADR* locate track and use it successfully* locate and create your personal sound results* form sounds with equalization, reverb, noise relief, and extra* produce the ultimate combine* attempt the ultimate product for varied mediaPlease stopover at the author's web site for added assets: * renowned DV journal columnist Jay Rose makes it effortless to enhance your soundtrack* contains "cookbook recipes"--step-by-step ideas for universal audio processing operations* One-hour audio CD comprises platform-independent diagnostics, demonstrations, and educational tracks to load into your NLE

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5 volts on a balanced line connector, 8 volts in a hi-fi speaker, or whatever the equipment designer prefers. 20 This is a good thing. It means while the signal is in the digital domain, you don’t have to worry about absolute values at all. The software doesn’t care whether a track is destined for a thousand watt theater system, the Internet, or your own headphones. For this reason, digital audio levels are always expressed as dBFS, a decibel ratio to full scale. Full scale is the absolute maximum, so a ratio of 1:1 (0 dBFS) is the loudest you can get.

00000026 dB. They do as much as possible in that domain, and then reduce the final output to 16 bits when necessary for compatibility with other media. There’s another way to consider bit depth. Each bit doubles the possible number of values, increasing the ratio between media noise and full scale by 6 dB13 (that ratio is often called signal/noise, or s/n). An eight-bit signal, common in early computers, has 48 dB s/n. Sixteen-bit DV and CDs have a theoretical 96 dB s/n, though the analog circuits are seldom that good.

So he tended to turn up the bass when he was mixing. This further excited the room resonances from the TV’s speakers, making the booming worse. Since he was stuck with the basic room shape, I suggested he fill the bookcase with randomly-sized tape boxes to break up some of the reflections, and hang as many fiberglass or foam panels as possible on the walls to absorb echoes. He could also move the client chairs a lot closer to the TV set. If he got better monitor speakers for his NLE, he wouldn’t overemphasize the bass.

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