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FURTHER SHINING YOUR TALENTS IN PRODUCTION
Make sure the correct boom microphones, lavalieres, etc. are there in the studio or on location. The sound recorded must capture the dialogue and not the noise in the environment/background that could drown out key words the characters speak out. From experience, this is not cool when you spend time on a location and you get to the editing room and realize that the background was louder than your voice! Uggggh!!!! Where there is more than one character in a scene speaking, their levels typically need to be the same and not one person’s mic overriding the other.
Adjust and test the mics in advance that will emphasize and highlight each sound in the forefront and background of every scene.