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This is where you will do the bulk of your work for each production.  As a note, the Technical Director and/or Editor is the one who will call the shots in the Editing room and have live recordings edited as the show takes place live.  Think of a TV Sit-Com or a Game Show.  By the time the recording is done, with the audience present, the majority of the editing that will air on TV or the Internet will be seen by the audience with them in their seats in the studio. 

With the film, the talented and patient Editor furthers the final shots with the smooth transitions from one shot to the next, one scene to the next through to completion. Your communication as an Editor can bring about wonderful techniques to the production that we Producers may be new to. Your tips/expertise can make a great effect better! I know from working with some talented editors on some projects. This can add to the real response/effect you are looking to receive from your audience. With a variety of coverage being recorded...this can aid dramatically (yes, pun intended) when certain shots/transitions do not work out as expected during the production phase (I've been there, too! Hey! It happens!). Be creative and patient. Editing can take much much time, not counting the finalizing of the footage after the shots are selected.

Have an ear for sound that needs to be adjusted, etc. Of course,  the musical soundtrack and additional effects further heightens the desired effects of your valued projects!