POST-PRODUCTION - what to do

 Have confidence in your listener in post-production
 Get a new pair of ears to listen to your post-production work
 Once a scene has been established, reduce the SFXs
 Underscoring music versus FXs
 Marketing the soap
 

 

 

 

 

 

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