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Adrian "Uchujin" Storey

Audio "Basic Grade" for dialogue?

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I've been working my way through the "Cinema Sound" course on MZed and have just come across something I've never seen before in Audio mixing.

Mark Lewis talking about Basic audio "grades". (around 4:40 in the video below)

I'm a reasonably competent sound mixer/editor. I worked as a recording studio engineer in music production for 5 or so years many many moons ago (16 track tape based should give you an idea of when:)

I've never come across this "basic grade" technique for video production sound anywhere else before.

Does anyone here have any thoughts on this?

Is this common practice in audio mixing for film?

Genuinely interested in some input from people with more experience in this.

 

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