<font size=\"2\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">While I think that statement is true in some respect. You gotta remember that there\'s simply no other way to write it. If it was a TV show about a composer team, they would say things to each other like \"Hey Bob, I think I\'m gonna compress this track, therefore by compressing the track the transients will xyz\". Same goes for the investigators. Sure in real life they wouldn\'t say these things to each other, but I doubt that more than .0001 % of CSI\'s viewers are in fact real life Crime Scene Investigators. So part of the writers job is to \"explain\" to me/us what the hell they\'re doing [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img] and explain in a way that\'s interesting and \"dramatic\". [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]I can\'t stand CSI (instead of dialog, it\'s only characters narrating plot to each other....bleaaahh!! Murder She Wrote II).
If this dialogue was \"not\" present there would be the lingering questions of \"what are they doing right now\"... well that, and a lot of silence. I mean what real CSI talks that much while collecting evidence. [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]
It\'s prime time TV, Bruce.... [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]
My question to anyone who knows: They use a \"voice-analyzing-thingy\" on the show. The tech guy pulls it up on a plasma monitor and strips away elements of sound as if he\'s muting tracks. Now, my senses tell me that this is impossible. Is it? Is there a software that these people use to do this, and if so, what\'s it called (I need to pause it once to see what software he\'s using, looks like pro-tools [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img] ). I\'d also like to say; I think the tech guy should get better monitors. [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]