PT 210 Mod 6: Dialog Tracklay and Editing Techniques

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  1. What are some of the main responsibilities of a dialog editor? (pg.156)
    To make dialog clean and natural sounding as possible.
  2. What are two common approaches often used to "tracklay" dialog? (pg.157)
    • Checkerd Boarding
    • Spilit Tracking
  3. Why should the Operational Preference Edit Insertion Follows Scrub/shuttle commonly enabled? (pg.158)
    to vary the playback speed forward and backwards in order to verify dialog sync with picture.
  4. What are the Strip Silance and Strip Silance Seperate commands used for? (pg.160)
    removes any areas of silance, dividing the selection into smaller clips and removing silent areas.
  5. How may the Strip Silance Extract command be used when dialog editing? (pg161)
    To use as fill for Room Tone.
  6. What is the only destructive editing tool in Pro Tools? (pg.168)
    Pencil Tool
  7. What is the difference between Edit Lock and Time Lock, and how might you implement these features? (pg165)
    • Edit Lock-can not be edited
    • Time Lock- can be edited just not moved.
    • keeps sync.
  8. Why may the Pencil tool be disabled when trying to edit an audio file on a sample level? (pg.168)
    Not Zoomed in enough.
  9. What are some of the most common types of noise problems with production dialog and how can these problems be corrected? (pg.170)
    Brodband noise, hiss, from lighting, A/C, mic noise.
  10. What is the optimal length of selection when taking a noise estimate with the Sonic NoNoise Broadband Analysis Audiosuite plug-in? (pg.172)
    .3 and 0.5 seconds, minimum 100 milliseconds.
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PT 210 Mod 6: Dialog Tracklay and Editing Techniques
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PT 210 Mod 6: Dialog Tracklay and Editing Techniques
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