Where there is a cut in the picture, there is often a mismatch or break in the audio. When the camera changes perspective or you cut to another take, there tends to be an audible shift in the production sound tracks.
Sound editing is the process of smoothing out these mismatches to create continuity within a scene as well as removing unwanted clicks, pops and other unwanted noise from the production audio. The last thing you want is for your audience to be distracted by bad sound. Production sound frequently requires editing in order to produce a clean, consistent audio track. Proper sound editing will save you valuable time (and money) when it comes time for the final mix.
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