Sony Sound Forge Non-destructive Editing Techniques, Part I (Project Files) By Jeffrey P. Fisher When using Sound Forge for audio editing, clean-up, and mastering, you typically work directly on the original file. While you do have undo commands, once you save a file you make a permanent, destructive change to it. Most people get around this limitation (and potentially dangerous situation) by working on a copy of the original. ...Read More »
Adobe Soundbooth CS4 Essential Training: Task Panel and effects By Sven-Erik Seaholm In this video, Lynda.com host Sven-Erik Seaholm covers the task panel and the tools that enable you to change the pitch and timing, clean up audio, create loops, remove a sound, and volume correction. He also covers the effects rack and the various effects available in Soundbooth. ...Read More »
Adobe Soundbooth CS4 Essential Training: Soundbooth files and tools By Sven-Erik Seaholm The first step in editing a file in Soundbooth is to open it in Soundbooth, and in this video, Lynda.com host Sven-Erik Seaholm discusses how to open a file in Soundbooth as well discussess the Files Panel, the Open file icon, and also shows how to work with multiple files that are open at one time. ...Read More »
Adobe Soundbooth CS4 Essential Training: Preferences By Sven-Erik Seaholm In this video, Lynda.com host Sven-Erik Seaholm takes a look under the hood of SOundbooth's feature set to see what can be customized for advanced users. He covers the preferences field, and covers the custom time format, the display (hours mintues, seconds, frames), scores folder, the Preferences radio buttons, and more. ...Read More »
Adobe Soundbooth CS4 Essential Training: Panels Palette By Sven-Erik Seaholm In this video, Lynda.com host Sven-Erik Seaholm covers the panels and dockable palettes in Soundbooth CS4. He shows how they work, how to hide panels in the workspace, how to move the panels, how to arrange panels for easier access, and how to create a custom workspace with your panels and saving that workspace. He also shows how to go back to the default workspace. ...Read More »
Adobe Soundbooth CS4 Essential Training: Scoring video By Sven-Erik Seaholm In this video, Lynda.com host Sven-Erik Seaholm talks about Scores, which enable you to add music to projects that can be edited and customized for your job. he talks about the Video Panel and how add scores to your video. He also shows how to edit the scores to fit your video. ...Read More »
Adobe Soundbooth CS4 Essential Training: Resource Central By Sven-Erik Seaholm In this video, Lynda.com host Sven-Erik Seaholm covers the Resource Central panel, which provides registered users with a wealth of additional files for use in your Soundbooth projects as well as news and other resources related to Soundbooth. Sven gives a tour of Resource Central and how to search for such things as free sound effects and more. ...Read More »
Doing Professional Quality Voice Overs In The Comfort Of Your Own Home By Kevin McAuliffe Being an editor who works out of a home office, I have a few major advantages over large and small post production facilities. First, I can beat the price (even a discounted price) that any post facility can offer. Second, my rates include both SD and HD editing, motion graphics, sound mixes and DVD creation, and finally, I am there for my clients not only during the day, but evenings and weekends as well. ...Read More »
Adobe Soundbooth CS4's Heal Tool By Kevin McAuliffe As an editor, I run into many problems in my day to day work. One that always creeps up from time to time is when a DOP has gone out and shot a talent stand-up, and has come back, and the extro throw has a huge hit of distortion in it and, of course, they only did one take. ...Read More »
Adobe Soundbooth CS4 Essential Training: What is Digital Audio By Sven-Erik Seaholm In this video, Lynda.com host Sven-Erik Seaholm talks about what digital audio is and how it looks and sounds in Adobe's Soundbooth CS4. He covers how various instruments such as drums and the electric guitar sound, and look via Soundbooth's spectral frequency display. He discusses what frequencies are and how they look, as well as how the spectral frequency display works as opposed to the waveform display. He also talks about bit depth and sample rates. ...Read More »
HowAudio's Apple Logic Training: Track Automation By Patrick Copeland In this clip, host Patrick Copeland continues on with Track Automation in Logic Pro and covers more features, including Automation groups, Insert Bypassing, Output Automation, Convert MIDI to Automation, and Quick Access. ...Read More »
HowAudio's Apple Logic Training: Grouping and Master Output By Patrick Copeland In this clip, host Patrick Copeland discusses grouping and master output in Logic. He also covers Group Settings, Group Clutch, and Mastering Effects. He shows how to use groups in the mixer window in order to control multiple channels at once. ...Read More »
HowAudio's Apple Logic Training: Bussing and Panning By Patrick Copeland In this clip, host Patrick Copeland takes a look at Logic's Bussing and Panning tools, and covers such aspects as imaging your mix, bussing options, and auxiliary channels. Patrick creates a Logic project, with aq drum recording, a bass recording and an acoustic guitar recording, no effects, and center panned, to demonstrate how to use bussing and panning to create more depth and width in the actual recording. ...Read More »
HowAudio's Apple Logic Training: Inserts and Effects By Patrick Copeland In this clip, host Patrick Copeland takes a look at Logic's mixing capabilities, including Logic's Inserts and Effects, effects presets that come with Logic, copying plug-ins, and the pre-sets library. ...Read More »
HowAudio's Apple Logic Training: Mixing Audio By Patrick Copeland In this clip, host Patrick Copeland discusses mixing audio. He discusses the Audio Mixer, Environment Mixer, Creating Channels, and Managing Busses. He covers the two different types of mixers in Logic, that basically do the same thing but have slightly different interfaces. ...Read More »
HowAudio's Apple Logic Training: The Score Editor By Patrick Copeland In this clip, host Patrick Copeland takes a look at the Score Editor, gives you an overview and shows where everything is to get started with Score Editing. He details how to get to the Score Editor via Preferences. ...Read More »
HowAudio's Apple Logic Training: Editing MIDI Tracks By Patrick Copeland In this clip, host Patrick Copeland shows some of the basic editing functions and where everything is in Logic. There will be some level of your own ability to work through the editing functions in Logic because it is so vast. ...Read More »
HowAudio's Apple Logic Training : Take Folders By Patrick Copeland In this clip, host Patrick Copeland takes a look at how Logic creates Take Folders when you are cycle recording or loop recording. He also shows how to create locator sections and uses the compiler function to locate the best takes. And finally, he covers editing Take Folders and Comp Regions. ...Read More »
HowAudio Motu Digital Performer: Using Plug-ins By Les Brockmann In this clip, HowAudio host Les Brockmann discusses using plugins while mixing audio. He also covers plug-in effects that are best for individual channels, plug-ins that are best for many channels at once, and using Aux Tracks for Plug-in effects-busing and signal flow. ...Read More »
HowAudio Motu Digital Performer: Setting up to Mix By Les Brockmann In this clip, HowAudio host Les Brockmann goes over setting up to mix a dance tune. He covers using buses, signal routing for mixing with DP, monitoring through the mix destination stereo audio track, and using a master fader track. ...Read More »
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