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  1. Annika
    21st February 2013 - permalink
    Annika
    Hi Georgia it makes me really happy to find women being moderators on this site, I hope you don't mind if I befriend you
  2. georgia
    13th November 2012 - permalink
    georgia
    Nope.... Dialogue Norm is Dialogue Norm. By nature a romantic film will probably be quieter overall than an action thriller, but... the dialogue is still the dialogue, a quiet phrase whispered, a "normal" conversation, or a shouting match are all still the same levels regardless of the film style... at least in most cases.

    1. Dialnorm for a theater... no. Mix to taste in a calibrated room, period.
    2. yup 10 up so the channel data is 10 down in the mix...so it plays correctly in the theater calibrated system. ( assuming they calibrated it right )
    3. see part 1.
  3. georgia
    13th November 2012 - permalink
    georgia
    HI all, sorry for nott responding here... If you have a question you're better to send me an email ghilton@hiltonmm.com

    SITA was a really fun project... I still enjoy the film. I lived in India for a while and enjoyed the culture there very much.

    DolbyE is still in use, ...but yes things are changing. ... not always for the better, but at least it's geting easier to deliver and know your in spec...

    Yup... Whenever I track vocals for music I select more than one mic and record on multiple mics and channels.


    cheers
    geo
  4. Rev. Eslam
    6th November 2012 - permalink
    Rev. Eslam
    I have been watching a TV-serial version of "Ramayanam" on DVD for the past few weeks and look forward to seeing "Sita Sings the Blues".
    My second daughter was named after Sitarani.
  5. Alf
    21st October 2012 - permalink
    Alf
    Georgia, I have read through many of your VERY informative posts, BUT I notice that many of them were written in roughly 2007. Now, 5 years later, I think things have changed. DolbyE is all but dead in the live broadcast industry because we can now safely embed 5.1 (or stereo) on the video stream. And with the ATSC RP out now, and most broadcasters worldwide going for "fixed metadata at transmission" the use of loudness meters at least finally give us mixers a reference point. AND how does the CALM act affect all that has been said before?
    Thanks
    Al Craig
    Live Broadcast Mixer from Australia
  6. kaybee
    7th August 2012 - permalink
    kaybee
    altho my system is cheap...and maybe thats why...i also use at least 2 mics on anything...especially vocals...and if i use upto 4 mics...they just stare at it all for a few seconds before starting...ha ha
  7. ScarmicK
    20th January 2012 - permalink
    ScarmicK
    Hi Georgia! Do we can find a difference between a action movie, romantic one, authors etc. for the dialognorm. Thanks! Stephen Carmichael.
  8. ScarmicK
    20th January 2012 - permalink
    ScarmicK
    Hi Georgia!
    I'm Stephen Carmichael from Quebec city, Canada. I'm a sound engineering in broadcast tv show. Now a day, i find a new avenue to mixe movie in surround. I've some question? 1) Dialnorm for movie theater? 2) And what's about your calibration on the subwoofer, do you calibrate it 10dBs higher than the center speaker? 3) For a short length movie whiteout words (speechless), which levels for the room tone?? Thank U. Stephen.
  9. soundboy
    2nd March 2009 - permalink
    soundboy
    Hey Georgia, I just saw "Sita Sings The Blues". What a great project to work on! I really enjoyed it. I listened to it on my computer's built in speakers, and the mix seemed clear. So if it can translate to my iBook, that's pretty great.
    I have a time code question for you, if you have the time. What does "0 crossings when using 23p and 30p." mean? I'm not sure what "0 crossings refer to. It's in regards to a documentary film makers question about having footage in 24p, 8mm, and 29.97 and wanting to know what frame rate to make the project. Or if it's a problem. The majority of the footage is in 24p.
  10. jacobfarron
    18th May 2008 - permalink
    jacobfarron
    Georgia,
    From your site I see you are "utilizing a multiple matrixed rear monitor system". I'm struggling with this in my own small mix theater design. And your stage is exactly the sort of room I am trying to build here in FL. Could you elaborate on your rear monitoring and room layout?

    Thanks,
    Jacob

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