how they mix the audio for home release movies

how they mix the audio for home release movies


Hey Jeff, I finished editing the movie Yeah what? I said I finished the movie Okay I need you to mix the audio for the home release version Oh for like Netflix and DVDs and stuff? Yep Okay

100 thoughts on “how they mix the audio for home release movies

  1. Basicly Let's Play YouTubers, except they increase their own voice and decrease the audio of the actual fucking game

  2. It's called dynamic range. The sound of a whisper should not be as loud as the sound of a gunshot. The sound of raindrops falling on grass should not be as loud as a bomb exploding. It is possible to normalize the sound levels so everything is as loud, or as quiet, as everything else. I think this is what lots of people want. I don't. Especially in movies, normalized sound ruins the experience because it's so obviously artificial. Real life does not have normalized sound.

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  4. How they mix the audio for youtube videos:
    Loud blaring deafening intro music
    Quiet dialogue
    Even louder outro

  5. Couple this with having deaf family members and very slow reaction time with the volume = I never watch movies with my family anymore.

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  7. If your TV has a "night mode" or "dialogue mode" its pretty good at balancing that out if a little odd sounding at times. Would be better if it was just consistent to begin with though

  8. movies, normalized sound ruins the experience because it's so obviously artificial. Real life does not have normalized sound.

  9. How have we evolved to where we can’t watch a movie without constantly changing the volume every 5 minutes? Let’s evolve backwards just a bit

  10. turns tv volume to 51
    Character dialogue: whisper whisper whisper
    Anything else that happens in the movie: 9/11 cranked up to 11

  11. Honestly I just thought my hearing was going to shit so now I just turn on subtitles for everything.

  12. This happened to me when i was trying to watch the spiderman multiverse movie when everyone was asleep. One second they're talking, the next music starts blaring. I'm like, whooaaaaa, where's my remote?

  13. Oh, you forgot the pointless modification of the sound mix, removing and adding effects that bring nothing to the film.

  14. Omfg so fucking true!!!!!! I hate it when the audio is low and Boom the damn music or soundtrack to the movie blares to all hell. Or in YouTube videos where audio is low then high low then high lol.

  15. I have volume leveling on my tv, and sometimes switching to stereo, from 5.1, or vice versa can help. But mostly I just have to leave subtitles on.

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    whiny little bitch.. this video is shit. 🖕

  17. Watched the new Jumanji the other day, I knew we were in trouble when we had to turn to 25 to hear the dialogue, normally movies only need about 20, every time the action got going the bass box started jumping off the floor, sorry neighbours!

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