SOUND-POSTPRODUCTION. noun. [saʊnd pəʊst prədʌk ʃən]

final stage of a filmproduction (preproduction/production (actual "shooting")/postproduction). POST-PRODUCTION begins AFTER the FINAL CUT/ PICTURE LOCK and is divided into AUDIO/SOUND and VIDEO. The sound supervisor monitors and manages typical stations of a sound-postproduction: dialogue editing, sound design, re-recording/mixing, foley recordings, ADR-recordings/dubbings, voice overs. Musical aspects the music-supervisor deals with. More broadly is meant by SOUND-POSTPRODUCTION any editing and finalization of auditory material functionally related to a visual counterpart. (definition by KLANGFEE media sound)

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POSTPRO NETWORK HALLE

KLANGFEE media sound is part of the POSTPRO NETWORK HALLE. We are a community of interests of post-production service providers from Halle (Saale). At the highest level and with many years of experience, we realize national and international projects. Together, we cover the entire spectrum of film-postproduction. Our services are rendered 100% on site and thus correspond to the regional effect of Saxony-Anhalt (Regionaleffekt Sachsen-Anhalt, MDM).

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