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Project Workflow

Let’s follow a sample project through all the phases of creation. Let’s say you’re the post-production audio engineer. A production company has hired you to complete the audio production once the video shoot has been completed. Someone else will handle the recording of audio during the shoot. You are in charge of anything that needs to be recorded after the shoot, editing of all the audio, and mixing of everything into a final, complete format.

The whole process can be divided into three main phases: Pre-Production (the planning stage), Production (usually referring to filming or videotaping), and Post-Production (editing and mixing). Even though Pro Tools is primarily used in post-production, it is important to understand all the phases, as they will affect what you do in post-production. Decisions made at the beginning of a project can have a profound effect on the final result. Let’s begin with the planning, or pre-production, phase.


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