From: Hueyduck <sea-15...@kaspop.com>
Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2012 16:45:30 +0200
Local: Thurs, Jun 21 2012 10:45 am
Subject: Re: Exporting orchestral (prog) stems for the final mix of a movie: how?
Scott Dorsey a écrit :
> Hueyduck <sea-15...@kaspop.com> wrote:-
>> When people hear my mixes, they all tell me there is no need to add an
> Right. The thing is that when you add dialogue and effects, everything
How true. I hadn't thought of that because there is almost no dialog in
the movie I'm talking about. But of course, it makes sense.
>> But someone says to me that it is much better to deliver stems to the
> Yes. Give him your final mix also, though, just so he can hear what you're
>> I was told to use LRC format to deliver the stems.
> Do you mean LCR? Left center and right channels separated?
Yes, I do. I miswrote it because cubase names it "LRC". Now I know why
I couldn'tt find any documentation on google... ;-)
>> Can someone confirm what format would the final ingeneer is to expect
> Normally I see folks who want Pro Tools files for all stems, and yes they
Thx ofr this confirmation.
>> Is the LRC format usefull indeed?
> Yes, because all films are shown on three-channel systems. Although, since
>> What other advice could you give me in order to stay effective and to
> Call the engineer and ask them!
This is on my to do list, along with "finding an motivated ingeneer" :))
Thanks for your time, Scott.
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