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  1. This is a situation I've come across now and then, that I've always been a bit unsure about. If you are booming two people having a discussion in a shot, sometimes you are able to get closer to one than the other - they might have different distances to the camera, one is significantly taller than the other, or maybe one is standing while the other is sitting down. In cases such as this, should you still get as close as you can for each position, and let post deal with differences in level, tonality, BG etc, or should you try to keep an equal distance from them to make things more balanced? Thanks in advance!
  2. In a recent topic I had an argument about the necessity of VU-Meters. This brought me to some questions: - Do you use VU-Meters to check the average level of your recording? - What other meters do you use? - analog, digital, hardware, software, etc. - What's your experience regarding loudness consistency of your tracks using these meters? - What do you think how accurate these meters are? Until now I was happy with the VU-Meter of my 788T and a software dorrough meter. Recently I played around with Ozone5 and I love its metering options. (including VU, LUFS, K-Metering, and a spectacular 3d spectrogram) And BTW: I think it's time to introduce myself:
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