Sound design is the process of specifying, acquiring, manipulating or generating audio elements. It is employed in a variety of disciplines including filmmaking, television production, theatre, soundrecording and reproduction, live performance, soundart, post-production, radio and video game development.
Not only achieving the cleanest and high quality recording possible but in the later edition process, solving the unexpected problems eventually happen in those recordings is a vital role in audio post production.
Making the Hears “believe” the Eyes:
Because sound is more complicated to understand than image, the human brain is often not consciously aware but unconsciously is processing the information coming to the ears and reaching to only one conclusion: the sound matches with the image, I believe what I’m seeing is happening at some point OR the sound doesn’t match the image and the illusion would be broken. That is why a proper sound design synchronized with the image is vital for achieving a quality video.