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Tricks that help boom operators to memorize lines of dialogue
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If you are looking for mnemonics, look up what memory champions use. The main thing is thinking of a route that's already in your long term memory; your bedroom, the road to your grandma, or whatever. ...

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How do would you create an "imitation" of a sound you've already created?
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Old Disney cartoons used a lot of purpose built machines for sound effects, but that is as far as I know very rare now.

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Convolution Verbs & IP Softwares
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Here is an article from Sound on Sound on the difference between convolution reverbs.

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How to make nice whooshes??
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CDs are nice, and taping over the hole and changing the angle will create different whistling sounds.

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Best sounding podcast
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Freakonomics is great. Very interesting content. I also like Radiolab.

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Whistling arrow through the air
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Someone here mentioned they set plastic bags on fire and recorded the dripping plastic rushing by the mic. I don't remember how he said it sounded, but it might be suitable for the flames. Robin Hood (...

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How to foley grass footsteps
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On The Hunger Games, they went outside with and iPad

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Do you ever double dialogue takes in your mix or design/edit
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It's often done in music to create a fatter sound, but it has to be really tight to work. Edit: Or was he duplicating it? In that case he might have put an effect on one of the tracks and used it as ...

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Sound Designer's Commentary
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You might want to check out soundworks collection

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DIalogue editing and when you need more gain?
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Tried to reply directly to @Stavrosound, but could not find a way to do it. Will not normalizing it just gain it so that the highest peak will be ~0 dB?

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