post-sound habits?

Anonymous (not verified)

Hi all,

I'm a re-recording mixer working in Digidesign Pro Tools, and I do sound mixing for all sorts of professional and independent projects. I'm curious just how many video makers are going through a post-production sound process? How many people are just going with what they get out of Final Cut Pro/Avid, and how many take the time to track down post-production sound services and do full sound editing and mixing?

Just trying to get a feel for peoples' habits. Thanks!