Michael Nguyen
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Proper way to boom dialogue between two people
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When both persons speaking are visible I memorize the lines while the actors practice (having a script at hand might be helpful) and pan the mic between both. If the scene is split into shot/ reverse ...

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What determines the quality of a sound recorded with device into which a mic is plugged in?
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Obviously the preamps and the A/D converters. Some say, devices differ in terms of phantom power, but I don't know about that. Also be aware that of the mentioned recorders only the H4n has XLR inputs....

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Bouncing clips out of Pro Tools
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If you want to do this more often you could write a script e.g. with AutoHotkey. That would make the workflow much faster. Also, the programming part is very easy. Here is an example:

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How to deal with extreme level differences in film dialogue
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Personally, I don't ride the faders too much between single words. Only if 'longer' passages are quieter/louder I turn up/down the gain. Moving the faders within words should be avoided. Until now, I'...

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Change gender of voice
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You may have a look at Melodyne. I've never used it though.

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5.1 surround headphones for mixing?
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I don't know a direct answer to your question. But maybe you could make everything in 5.1 and monitor through an LtRt encoder (e.g. Neyrinck) on an AUX Master track. This way you could at least hear ...

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how to create the way of talking as in the red room from Twinpeaks?
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As MATTW pointed out (and according to David Sonnenschein's book) they played and spoke backwards and then reversed it.

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