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  1. I am relatively new to recording dialog voice sound for video with a DSLR. I am using a Zoom F8n and a Zoom F6 to capture sound independently to an SD and also patch it in to the camera. I have read the importance of room tone for use to repair splices in the audio (?). I am using Audition for editing of the WAV files and I am using IMovie on the Mac to edit video and rendering. Where can I find some examples of how room tone is used in editing sound preferably with Audition since that is what I am using for a DAW? Any recommendations on a good YouTube video explanation on 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
  3. Buenos Morning! I'm struggling with a sound edit that I recorded in 12/10 that the re-recording mixer is previewing. We shot at a dilapidated cabin in the desert over four days; the cabin's windows and doors were missing, and so there was always environmental noise including heavy wind and rain. I thought I was being proactive by getting out to the location each morning before anyone else and recording large chunks of "tone" (with the same mic used during production) that I could lay down as a mono fill track, and that would capture a variety of ambient noise. The re-recording mixe
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