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Charlie KingRe: Theory and Practice of Music Bed Volume Levels
by on Sep 8, 2006 at 10:44:10 pm

Some people say I mix too hot. Othjers love my mixes. I believe if there is music it should set a tone, and therefore I mix the music up preferably at the highest point it doesn't cover any of the dialogue, that is a tough line and easily crossed to where the music conflicts, don't go that high. I personally hate hearing music that has been ridden up and down, it should in my opinion be constant unless there is a large gap adn it needs to come up for effect.

Not much help I'm sure too many variables.
Charlie


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