Audio Question For Production

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    • #40833
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      I am trying to understand the concept of film sound. I’ve heard it called “big” sound as well as film sound. Is it possible to take DV audio and give it the “big” theatrical sound? I can do anything I need as far as audio except for this procedure. Can anyone direct me in the right way to accomplish this? Thanks!

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      Don’t see a whole lot of replies to your post, so I’ll give it a try. If what you are referring to is that in “in your face sound” it’s all in the “EQ”. Since I don’t know what you software, or hardware you are doing your Audio tracks with, that’s a hard question to answer. Search the net for “EQ’ing Audio Tracks” info. There are lots of tutorials out there that will tell you what frequencies effect the sound you are looking for. I use Adobe Audition 1.5 for my video soundtrack work and Adobe has tutorials on their web page that will answer those questions. You can take that information, as to sound ranges and apply it to almost any audio software that has an EQ plug-in.

    • #174355
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      I use Audition as well, my problem is I’m still learning a good bit in the audio department. My specialty is shooting/ video editing. Again, thanks for the input.

    • #174356
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      I’ve been doing Audio recording for years, but I’ve always found that you can learn something new from time to time. When I got Audition 1.5, I bought the Adobe Classroom book. The lessons in it brought back a couple of things I had forgotten over the years. The classroom books are a little pricey sometimes but the info is really good.

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