DOI link for Post-production Sound
Post-production Sound book
The Process Dubbing a program is usually the final stage in the postproduction process. The dubbing theatre makes a time coded copy of the edit master pictures either onto tape or optical disk. All of the sound tracks that the editor has supplied are then digitised. If the program has been mastered on Beta SP there will be just two tracks and if the editor knows that a dub is planned individual sound clips will have been left long. This gives the dubbing mixer handles to work with. Digibeta allows the option of four separate sound tracks.