Dialogue, Music and Effects

A file containing separate tracks for the 3 primary divisions of sound in film: dialogue, music, and sound effects; used for final mix, foreign language dubbing, or trailer editing.

DME refers to a file containing separate tracks for the 3 primary divisions of sound editing in a film: dialogue, music, and sound effects. These tracks are used during the final mix, for foreign language dubbing, or when editing the trailer.

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Dialogue, Music and Effects
acronymn
  • DME
resources
  • Ingenious "Sound On Screen" Dialogue Music And Effects Library Brings Your Off-Screen Productions To Life  on pro-tools-expert.com
  • Dialogue, Sound Effects, and Music in Pulp Fiction on wordpress.com
  • Audio in films, and general mixing tips tricks, techniques. on film-mixing.com
  • Sound editor (filmmaking) on wikipedia.org
  • How to Write Radio Play Script Cues for Dialogue, Music, Sound Effects & more on ruyasonic.com
source
Adapted from content published on wikipedia.org
credit
  • Image by Australian War Memorial collection:no known copyright restrictions — from flic.kr
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