Just a couple of times in this week, a new concept in sound effects from Airborne Sound called Elements and and a great interview from A Sound Effect with Jeff Shiffman who has worked on numerous animated series such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Thundercats, The Looney Tunes Show, and Transformers: Animated.
After bringing you an exclusive peak at the new RX Loudness Control plug-in from iZotope, we can bring you an exclusive preview video of RX Loudness Control and show you how it works and how you can integrate it into your loudness workflows. If you are working creating loudness compliant content then you should check this out.
I’m not aware of any other DAW which has a voice based system like Pro Tools does. I would imagine its a result of the DSP heritage of Pro Tools that all versions of Pro Tools have a system of voices which is distinct from the maximum number of inputs and tracks available.
There's is nothing better than recording a top guitarist using great gear, but some of us need to add some electric guitar to tracks now and again. We don't have the money or can't justify spending a fortune on a top guitar and amp, but is it possible to get a great guitar sound on a budget?
In this free video Julian demonstrates how useful an active EQ like AE400 can be for taming problem frequencies only when they occur, avoiding the danger of over EQing and preserving the wanted sound for as much of the time as possible.
Bryan Leach and Jake Saunders have been in touch to tell us they have set up a new site where you can buy the PT & RX4 template as well as a Pro Tools Marker Controller template and they tell us more are on the way.
There's a great collection of free video tutorials about Waves plug-ins on the new Production Expert video platform. Videos include tips for using Waves H-Delay, Codex, Mixing Drums with Waves Signature series plug-ins and many more, all completely free.