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Submaster

From Chace Audio

1) On a mixing console, a submaster is an intermediate audio bus between the input channel and the final master bus. Submasters, also known as groupmasters, facilitate mixing by allowing the mixer to segregate and control different types of audio signals (i.e. dialogue, music, and effects).

2) When referring to videotape, the term “submaster” is used to indicate that the tape was copied from an existing video master rather than being created directly from film elements. Typically, a submaster is then re-purposed to create such specialized tapes as a foreign language master (by laying back a foreign language track) or syndication master (by editing for content or vari-speeding for time).