- Category: Sound Design
- Last Updated on Friday, August 26, 2011
- Fred Ginsburg
A critical aspect in sound recording for motion pictures and video is the consistency of all of the repetitively appearing elements of the soundtrack from scene to scene. As a scene (or an event in time) progresses from beginning to end -- audiences expect the sound to flow seamlessly and continuously, just as it would if they were somehow physically present while witness to the event.
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