4 Tricks to Great Sound Design

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1. Finding and recording the sounds you’re interested in

We make emphasis on “finding” because you can also find exceptional sounds in different audio libraries; however, most filmmakers prefer to record their own sounds. And that’s perfectly ok.

2. Developing your timeline

If you’re just getting started with audio post-production it is recommendable to layout your sounds in editing software such as Adobe Premiere so you can process them and edit them as you please.

3. Add detail and color

When we speak about color we don’t mean color literally, but rather enriching some of the sounds you’ve chosen for your project.

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4. Find the right balance for your sounds

Balancing sounds is not just about finding the right levels for your soundtrack. You can combine multiple sounds to create “one single sound” for instance. Think about a fight scene: a punch is not just a punch — it’s the combination of several sounds that create “one single sound”.

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