What is a split mix when laying a video production to tape?
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    Default What is a split mix when laying a video production to tape?

    I realize this is a pretty remedial question in the broadcast world, but I never handle tape layoffs, and I was told to make sure I lay off the split mixes as well when laying some completed videos to tape. What is a split mix? Is that when the soundbytes, nat sounds, and music are all on different tracks?

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    Looks a lot like spam and you've got that period in your sig as a placeholder for a spammy link. Please reply and tell me your not spam.
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    as mentioned, you look like spam as this is not a broadcasting forum, however, i work in the industry and can answer this for you
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