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Pre-Mixes, or Pre-Dubs

When you finally sit down to mix your project, you might find that there are so many tracks of different audio parts that the task of blending them all together at once seems impossible. All the audio tracks used in a film production could easily exceed the 200-track mark. It is not even possible for a current Pro Tools system to handle this track count by itself. Several systems would have to be linked together to provide that many tracks.

Due to the large size and complexity of post-production audio recordings, the technique of submixing related tracks together prior to a final mixdown is used to help simplify this daunting task. These submixes are called pre-dubs or pre-mixes.


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