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That reminds me of the Lord Of The Rings documentary bonus material (almost as good as the movie itself!), in which a sound engineer described the battle with the Oliphants. They first included each and every stamping sound of the oliphants and it was constant thunder. So the only solution was to remove most of the stomping to emphasize it. And here is my ...


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Approach the scene how you would see it. It's likely that all of the guns weren't fired in the same millisecond, plus some guns are louder than others or have different firing patterns that would probably mask other sounds. There's also other elements to a scene like bullets hitting bad guys, ricochets, sirens, explosions, yelling -- many ways to provide an ...


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I've looked at thousands of CVs over the years, sometimes several hundred for one job. The best of them always identified relevant strengths, and how those strengths were demonstrated/acquired. The vast majority of the CVs I had to wade through, gave only a chronological list of degrees/diplomas/work experience and made me work to find a reason to interview. ...


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I wrote a blog post on that exact topic. It's an in depth look at breaking in based on my experiences and many others that gave me tips along the way. Here is a link. Please comment on the blog if you found it helpful. It's nice to hear that the posts are making a difference :) http://www.aaronbrownsound.com/advice-how-to-break-into-the-professional-audio-...


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