Sound Editing

Denver Sound Editing Services

Our sound editing services are located in Denver, Colorado. We specialize in Denver sound editing services to help individuals and businesses around the city of Denver and the state of Colorado. However, our sound editing services cater to projects all around the country and the world.

Our sound editors either work directly with our video editors, or have a background in both sound editing and video editing to streamline the process. This is extremely important because when comparing the importance of having high quality sound to having high quality video in a video production, it is exponentially more important to have high quality sound. Without high quality audio tracks a viewer will get distracted from the highest quality video and be taken away from the magical moment of the viewing experience.

Specifically our Denver sound editing services focus on dialogue, effects and music. Within these three categories our sound editors ensure they are producing sound that has as little background noise as possible, along with making sure that all of the audio tracks are mixed together at an appropriate audio level. In addition, any sound effects needed are added to the sound production to ensure that the audio atmosphere of the video production is perfect. In order to do so we use a combination of Adobe Audition in combination with Adobe Premiere.

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Importance of Sound Editing

While a video editor is responsible for crafting the visual story of a Denver video production and integrating what the sound editor creates into that, a sound editor is responsible for creating the audio atmosphere. At a basic level a sound editor makes sure that all of the sound present in a video production is of high quality and mixes together well. More specifically, a sound editor focuses on producing the most pure audio tracks possible by utilizing the sound provided to them by whoever is responsible for sound recording in the production process.

Second, a sound editor may record or use additional sounds not captured as part of the cinematography process. These additional audio tracks must be edited to work well with the rest of the audio tracks along with the visual narrative. Lastly, every single audio track used in a video production must fit together and be set to the proper audio levels.