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Don’t let your indie film be sabotaged by bad sound! One of the weakest technical aspects of a low or no-budget short or feature film is usually the sound, and in Sound Design for Low and No Budget Films, author Patrick Winters explains what filmmakers need to do to fix that. Learn how to improve the sound quality of your low-budget film with specific tools and practices for achieving a better soundtrack including detailed, step-by-step explanations of how to edit your production track, create a sound design, record and edit ADR, Foley and sound effects, add a supportive musical score, determine what type of plugin filters to use for improving your sound design, and much more. Focusing on the essential details indie filmmakers need to know, Winters teaches you how to turn a thin and distracting sound track into one that makes your film shine while keeping your budget to a minimum. You will learn how to add that big budget production value sound to your film, making it stand out from the crowd.