chapter  12
Damage Repair
Pages 46

You’ve smoothed your scenes, and your dialogue tracks, although still unmixed, sound quieter and more pleasant. Your control over perspective has added new depth to the scenes, and it’s possible to hear nuance in your massaged tracks. What you probably don’t notice are the endless noises populating the recordings. Your brain wants to hear content, so it fi lters out most noises and leaves you with the relatively “low-baud” information: the words. So what’s the problem? After all, you understand everything.