The last two posts explored overlooked field recording errors. The first shared general field recording concepts that are often ignored or missed. The second dove into deeper detail with more specific recording mistakes and ways to fix them.
These are slip-ups that I’ve noticed during my years field recording, mastering sound effects, and curating sound libraries for myself and for others. Often they’re not apparent. Many times they’re errors discovered only well after recordings are finished. So, it’s common for pros and beginners alike to miss them.
In this post we’ll look at more mistakes in another category: sound effects mastering.
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