Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects ACA Exam Prep - Audio Terms and Tools
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__________________ (also known as "room tone" or "Natural Sound") - the natural sounds recorded on location. For example, the sound of a fan in a room or wind.
Foley Sound Effects
____________________ are sound effects that are added during the editing to help tell the story. For example, the sound of footsteps when someone is seen walking on screen.
________________ is the speaking parts between two or more characters on screen
________________ is the narrator or someone talking off screen
_____________________ is a small body microphone often clips to the talents lapel, tie or collar.
_____________________ is a highly directional microphone often attached to a boom pole and positioned out of the frame
Hand Held Mic
____________________ is a microphone held by the talent (used in news and live performance)
- Pros: no need for wires so the talent is free to move around, Cons: occasional interference and you have to deal with batteries
Some microphones require ___________ power to work properly. Some cameras provide this power or sometimes you need to use a battery within the microphone.
When your recording volume jumps into the red on the meter it cause clipping. Which is when the volume is so loud that some of the sound information is cut off and your audio will not sound good.
Try to record 1 minute of ambient sound in each of your locations. This can be layered into a scene when you need to delete the original sound from a video clip.
a visual representation of an audio signal.
A unit used to compare the loudness of different sounds.
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