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He Beginning Of Sentences Are Almost As Important As The En

Up-cut syllables, mouth noise, pops, clicks, distortion, air conditioning that sounds like a 747. They pervade even the most blockbuster of budgets, but that’s no reason to allow them to disgrace your production.

There is no better investment in your mix than the appropriate amount of time in Audio Editing, it’s time spent getting to know your program, understand its flow and work out all its kinks. Post-Op Media’s Audio Post team has the tools that are necessary to primp, trim, and prep every element in the timeline, so the only surprises come mix approval time are pleasant ones. Audio warts that had made you cringe in offline will been cleaned, spliced and smoothed over to flow seamlessly from one transition to the next. Track organization and signal routing will allow for an uncomplicated layback process, where new deliverables can be created with just a few clicks.

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A Tree Falls During This Shot, But It Didn’t Make A Sound

Of course it did. Everything makes a sound. It may not have been the thunderous roar of a Sequoia with branches ripping and leaves thwacking that makes you run in fear of being crushed like a tiny ant under the finger of Mother Nature. (whew) But it can have that. Or we could even dial it back a little. Maybe down to an Oak tree, that fell on a barn?

Sound Design is what breathes a new life into your program. And with each of our five audio suites hooked in to our massive library of sound effects, we’ll resuscitate your project’s soundtrack in short order. But in the event we are unable to find, manipulate or mangle just the right sound for your scene, we are more than happy to turn to our Foley room to get stomping, ripping, squishing and moving.

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