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Audio for Cinema

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[Feature] Dialog recording, editing, and replacement is probably one of the most important aspects of movie sound production. It is the basis of good storytelling, as poor dialog is the “best way to ruin a movie.” Panelists during Audio for Cinema sessions at the 143rd Convention tackle this fascinating topic. Afterwards, a panel chaired by Nuno Fonseca debated the future challenges of audio for cinema.

JAES Volume 66 Issue 3 pp. 182-185; March 2018
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