I did have a conversation with someone today who is setting up an 'editing bay'. He has a venue that has a small stage for either film or live performance, a few 'conference rooms', a studio for musicians, and I mentioned that while many 'filmmakers' have sufficient video tools, one of the big things that seems to be missing is a good sound bay. I told him to find someone who is 'in to sound' for details, but that seems to be a very missing piece for most film makers.So he is left with the built in tools that are what they are. There is a reason professionals are not doing sound post in PP, FCP, etc.
It wouldn't be 'free'... but then there is no free lunch... 'free' tools usually require a lot of 'work' to setup on even the ever popular 'linux' box...
For example, the "free" Ardour, a free 'daw' program, requires a 'free" Jack program to route audio around the Mac... and if one wants to do 'film' sound processing and have a video image sync'd to the sound for reference, one has to get "free" Blender in some sort of 'sync' mode with the "free" Jack and "free" Ardour...
Hey, but one piece at a time... didn't cost me a dime...
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