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Debbie King
Difference Between Dialogue Mixing for Film and Television (Soap Operas)
on Jul 25, 2014 at 5:23:27 pm

Hi Everyone:

I have an interesting question to ask you. I was talking with someone yesterday about sound and he mentioned that there is a difference between film and television dialogue sound.

I listened to a Soap Opera and then a film and there did seem to be a difference. What I discovered was that on Television, the sound was more upfront and crisp yet the film sound was more smooth and distant. I'm not sure if I am explaining it correctly, but what I mean by more smooth and distant is like a muffled sound that's audible. I think Smooth is the correct term.

Does anyone here know what I am talking about, since I am having difficulty articulating it? :-) If you do know how it's done, I'd love to know how to accomplish this. What he said what that listening to the sound reminded him of television. I definitely don't want that. LOL

Many thanks,

Debbie


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Stephen Mann
Re: Difference Between Dialogue Mixing for Film and Television (Soap Operas)
on Jul 26, 2014 at 3:51:51 am

Television programs rarely use ADR, while film is almost always ADR'ed.

Steve Mann
MannMade Digital Video
http://www.mmdv.com


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Debbie King
Re: Difference Between Dialogue Mixing for Film and Television (Soap Operas)
on Jul 27, 2014 at 12:45:21 am

Thanks Steve:

Now I see.

Many thanks,

Debbie


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