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post #1 of 2 Old 04-02-2013, 10:31 AM - Thread Starter
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A friend of mine did some audio work on Star Trek Into Darkness and he posted a little note today about his experiences on his blog. I thought that some of his comments might be interesting to sound geeks (or Star Trek geeks). Here's a pull quote to wet your whistle ...

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Everything below 60Hz is gradually stripped away, as well as everything above 12kHz. This is because your typical dialogue won’t produce any audio in those frequencies that you want to keep, but by throwing it away you can start to address issues of boominess, high frequency hiss, and other technical problems with your production audio that get in the way of understanding the dialogue.


http://www.evanschiff.com/bd/articles/quick-and-easy-dialogue-cleanup

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Thanx for the link Rob. For all rants against equalization and compression I read from audio purists, it is refreshing to read an article explaining why those technologies remain useful.

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