INFO: Frequently Asked Questions.
How can we save big money by avoiding problems in
What are your ideal
specifications for location shooting?
How is dialogue handled once the
shoot is completed?
What do you need to get started
on post sound?
happens then? What do you actually do?
but do you have a checklist of things to do/things to have before I come in, and
where is your disclaimer?
How does Command Post produce
great-sounding foley, ADR, and sound effects such as footsteps at a lower cost?
How does your mix
translate to a big theater?
What are the
different mix formats I need to know about?
What kind of price range do you charge for a typical
feature and how long will it take?
How can sound increase my film's
What is the relationship between your post sound work and your
visual effects and animation work?
How do you produce a superior mix at a
Avoid disaster! A critical word about
the negative cut!
Did we miss anything? Email
Command Post and
we'll try our hardest to answer that specific question.
John Graves, owner/operator of Command
Post, is a sound editor, rerecording mixer, film composer, motion control camera operator,
and technical director with twenty years of industry experience and a broad range of
credits. Before making the conscious choice to run his company full time in 1992, he
worked for Lucasfilm, Calico Limited, Colossal Pictures, Boyington Film, and Computer
Camera Service on high-grossing major studio features as well as award-winning independent
films, Clio-nominated commercials, and broadcast promotion.
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