Dialogue Editor

Every word spoken in a film is considered dialogue. What the dialogue editor does is take all the audiotapes and find the best inflection or clearest reading of each passage, then splice them all together to make the best possible dialogue track. Also under the dialogue editor's supervision is additional dialogue replacement (ADR), or looping, where the actor comes in and rerecords any dialogue not usable from the original location sound. Looping is also a process where other actors not from the original filming come in and record background voices to sonically fill out a scene.

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