What do Sound Editors do?
Must be computer literate and have a good working knowledge of sound recording, playback, editing and mixing equipment, also experience in the various soundtrack delivery systems. Excellent hearing and a good sense of timing are required, as are attention to detail and good communication skills.
Supervising Sound Editors are responsible for all sound post production. They are the director's main point of contact for everything concerning the production soundtracks. They must have a good grounding in dialogue recording, automated dialogue replacement, foley and sound effects or music editing. On big budget film and TV productions they usually start work before shooting begins and appoint specialized Sound Editors to supervise separate teams for each area of work. For smaller productions they will be more hands on. They are responsible for the sound budget and managing the schedule to ensure it goes to plan.
Sound Editors must have an excellent working understanding of acoustics, sound recording processes and electronics, and an expert knowledge of all post production sound equipment, processes and procedures, both analog and digital.
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|Assistant Audio Producer|
San Francisco, CA
|Temp Audio Editor|
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