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  1. I'm about to work on a short film where there are some exteriors that as usual require the use of a noisy generator for the lighting. The normal solution is of course to put is as far away as possible and preferrably around a corner of a structure or similar, and maybe use some sound blankets, but this is on a road surrounded by open fields. I then thought about bringing my own "corner or structure", such as a heavy table or similar to put in front of the generator and block the direct sound to the set. Instead of absorbing sound, you make it reflect to another direction. I don't know if it
  2. I'm currently learning the proper use of sound blankets and other absorbing material on set to deal with reflections. So far I tend to use quite a lot in most locations I get to, thinking that you can always add reverb in post, but not take away what's already there. When moving the camera I often have to remove some of the added blankets, carpets etc out of the frame, and put it somewhere else. Now, I have not had much experience of dialogue editing, but what little I had taught me that very little is needed to change the sound of a room. I was wondering if maybe moving around absorbers t
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