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  #31
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If you talk while I'm working, I say "standby" once and try to keep working. If you keep talking, I just stop and wait... while the clock keeps ticking.
Old 1 week ago
  #32
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Invariably then they will also edit without hearing things that you (I assume) will hear in your studio. And then you start bringing things out of the mix and start treating it as you think is best and all of a sudden sounds appear they never heard before. Now it's both your fault they're there and it's your responsibility to deal with them.
I work with a team of 9 editors, and this happens ALLLL the friggin time. I don't even blame them though really, the audio in their edit bays is improperly configured, and I've tried to fix that to no avail.

editor: "what the hell is that sound?!"
me: "it's on your main SOT track. What?"

Good times!
Old 1 week ago
  #33
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If you talk while I'm working, I say "standby" once and try to keep working. If you keep talking, I just stop and wait... while the clock keeps ticking.
When I was still working in advertisement audio I took the opposite route. When they were having their phonecalls behind me I slowly raised monitoring level until they left the room themselves.
Old 1 week ago
  #34
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Originally Posted by Chill___Bro View Post
I work with a team of 9 editors, and this happens ALLLL the friggin time. I don't even blame them though really, the audio in their edit bays is improperly configured, and I've tried to fix that to no avail.

editor: "what the hell is that sound?!"
me: "it's on your main SOT track. What?"

Good times!
That's one thing that hasn't changed over the years. "What is that sound?" or "It didn't sound like that in the edit suite". Never fails.
Old 1 week ago
  #35
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That's one thing that hasn't changed over the years. "What is that sound?" or "It didn't sound like that in the edit suite". Never fails.
One thing I've noticed more over the past few years is "Is that what he's saying!?"... ehm...
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