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sounds vs sound effects

From: Gregg Vanderheiden <gv@trace.wisc.edu>
Date: Sat, 17 Dec 2005 00:20:59 -0600
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In our guidelines - we use the term sound effects in several places like:  

 

Synchronized transcripts of dialogue and important sound effects.

And 

Captions not only include dialog, but identify who is speaking and note
important sound effects.  

 

Actually, captions capture dialog, speaker identities and significant sounds
of all types.  Some are sound effects and some are natural sounds.   

 

Unless someone objects - we will change these occurrences of  "sound
effects"  to  "sounds".

 

Thanks 


Gregg

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