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To answer only the first part, film sound is often split into three parts: music, effects, and dialog. This allows dialog to be replaced for dubbing. This isn't a hard-and-fast rule but it's the general way it's been done for a long time. This is not how the sound is released, though. For release these are combined into a theatrical mix of two or more (for ...
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