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AUDIO EDITING

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Owain Milford

on 11 April 2016

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Transcript of AUDIO EDITING

AUDIO EDITING
Reasons for Digital Audio Editing
to add extra sounds
to shorten or extend an audio clip so that it will fit with images appropriately.
● to remove unwanted material
● to maintain continuity
● to fit audio to agreed running time
● to change the meaning by deliberately editing out sounds or dialogue
to convey a different view to the one intended.
● to prioritise news stories, prior to radio broadcast, where a fixed programme time is available.
Digital audio editing across media sectors and products
Research Task
Your group will research and present one of the following
Which Sectors Require Audio Editing
Film
Television
Radio
Websites
Apps
Computer Games
Music
Share your Knowledge
Please upload your presentations to the forum on eStudy
20 minutes
Make a Presentation
Make sure you understand everything you are explaining to the group.

Use images and videos to help explain if available.
Objectives
Identify media sectors where audio editing is utilised
Distinguish how audio editing can be used in each sector.
Explain knowledge to an audience.
Reasons for editing digital audio
Editing Radio
FOLEY
ADR:
Automatic Dialogue Replacement
Lip-Synch and Clapperboards
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