July 4, 2019, 10:34 AM
Bad sound or unintelligible dialogue will instantly take an audience out of your story, which is why it's always important to put aside part of a film budget for capturing dialogue on location or, if necessary, recording ADR. By the same token, good sound can really elevate a project's production value, which is especially important for indie filmmakers wanting to up their game and make their marks.
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