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A few questions: Surround Sound 5.1 for film [closed]

1) How do I pan the sound FX, which comes behind the hero? So, in order not to distract the viewer? For example, the helicopter takes off from behind the hero and flies forward? 2) How can I further ...
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is it possible to master a stereo source to work perfectly with pro logic

greetings fellow audio enthusiasts and experts, I was having a conversation with a friend and the following subject came up leading to this question. is it possible to master a stereo source ...
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Can differences between high quality audio formats be noticed on low quality headphones?

Specifically, I'm looking at 640kbps AC3 and 1500kbps DTS. Will there be a noticeable or detectable difference when someone listens on cheap consumer headphones?
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What is difference between DTS MDA and Dolby Atmos?

DTS MDA and Dolby Atmos, are they targeted for Home Theaters?
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from production to dolby digital, what workflow

Can you explain me, how we get to dolby digital encoding? What is level about dialogue editing to normalize at? and what are the levels of dialogue at the mixing? what are leves of music and fx ? ...
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Dolby Atmos and the World of Sound Design.

Ok, I think I'm going out on a limb here and creating a huge debate. But this topic deserves to be debated. For those of you who haven't heard or investigated Dolby's new Atmos system, please see ...
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Dolby Atmos announced

Interesting concept, but is it a system for Hollywood blockbusters and 3D films or a system that most cinema owners will see as a "must have" to keep or hopefully even gain visitors? http://vimeo.com/...
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What kind of compression does my audio go through when it undergoes Dolby AC3 Codec ?

In an Optical medium, The Dolby Digital print has a 5776 dots each representing a bit of data in one perforation. Therefore 4 perforations per frame and 96 perforations in one second. So in one second ...
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Dolby License for a feature film

I've been working on a feature film and the producers want to offer it to the distributors (we want to release it on the DVD for now). One of their requirements is to have a Dolby License for the film....
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Becoming a Dolby consultant

Hi, I was wondering what does a Dolby consultant do and how can one become one? What training and knowledge does it require? And where can i get it? Will it be an added advantage or skill for 2 ...
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A basic question: What is the difference between Mono, Stereo, Dolby and Ultra-Stereo? (Don't worry, not looking for a detailed answer…)

Hi there, I'm producing and directing a documentary (for the first time!) and I'm currently filling out a profile of our film that will be seen by a number of industry executives (including possible ...
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Warning!!! A real NOOB question: Can I produce “Dolby” sounds at home…

Hi everyone, Was asked to write a cost proposal for a promo spot destined for cinema here in Switzerland and the producer replied with the following: "...Btw, how is it if the sound has to be dolby ...
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How are you using your channels in 5.1 mixes for TV

I'm curious how other people are using their channels in creating mixes for television. We've just incorporated 5.1 encoding capabilities in both Dolby Digital and Dolby-E into our workflow in the ...
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7.1 going to be the new standard?

With Toy Story 3 coming out in 7.1, are we going to see a flood of movies coming out with this new format? Sort of like what Avatar did to movies coming out in 3D? Most of the big blockbusters are ...
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3d sound from 5.1 (dolby cinema) speaker system

hi is it possible to create fake 3d sound panning (like with headphone and htrs) with a standard 5.1 system? i think no, never heard of any tool or technique that can allow that...