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Sound Editor (aka Dubbing Editor)

Internet Filmmakers' FAQ

The person who edits the sound to the film during post-production. Modern film sound tracks are complex audio landscapes and the sound editor is responsible for complementing the film's vision with sound. They mix in the effects, music, ambience and dialogue which form the film's final sound track. Professional sound editors are often members of M.P.S.E.

Answer by Benjamin Craig  |  Last updated 19-Nov-2004

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