In podcast 226, community member Andreas Russo from Italy asked if there was a way to automate the process of normalising clips levels to a target loudness.
This week we feature a new library of mechanisms from Hzandbits and an interview on an interesting collaboration on the A Sound Effect blog.
In this video (part 2 of 2) James Ivey from Pro Tools Expert talks to James Townend from AMS Neve about some of the more advanced features of the Neve Genesys Black console. They talk about advanced routing including the 2 stereo mix busses, surround sound workflows and some of the more specific features relating to DAW control.
In my last article I told my story of how I struggled with clinical depression and associated symptoms such as panic attacks. In this last part of the story I want to tell my story of recovery.
In this free video tutorial, Paul Drew uses the Waves Kramer HLS channel to add weight to a drum part.
Cloud storage has in a short space of time become commonplace for those wanting flexible access to their files from anywhere in the world, it also offers a relatively cheap way to offer offsite backup of your local files. However some would argue that local storage is a lot safer than cloud storage, citing a number of risks that cloud services pose, they include;
In the final part of this series we take a look at re-conforming and now we can easily handle changes to picture edits without having to start a Pro Tools session from scratch.
There's been a lot of comments posted in various places online suggesting everything from it being vapourware, months away, or simply wondering how it will sound. Well we've been sworn to secrecy over the many details, we understand they are coming from the team at Townsend Labs in the next week or so, but what we can say is that it is real and it is amazing.
Recently Dan cleared out around 50 plug-ins from his system and he felt much better for it and it got him thinking - "What if I only had one plug-in within each Pro Tools plug-in category? One EQ plug-in, one Dynamics, one Reverb and so on". You can read Dan's choices for If I Only Had One Plug-in For Each Pro Tools Plug-in Category but I thought it would be interesting to take the same challenge from an audio post production perspective so here are my choices...
The music and recording film that without a doubt you all need to see, is the Art Of Recording A Big Band with Al Schmitt and Steve Genewick that will be hitting the stores on the 22nd July 2016. Short of being in the studio with them this is as close as it gets to witnessing recording genius at work.
In this exclusive roundtable, we’ll discuss the delights and vicissitudes of reverb with four of pop music’s top mixmen. And while each artist has their own singular take on the mystery and science of reverb — and their own favorites among UA’s fleet of inspired reverb plug-ins — don’t be surprised to hear them echo each other just a bit. Good ideas, after all, do tend to reverberate.
There's more to come from this roundtable so check back soon for more insights from top studio engineers and producers.
Overnight a new company appeared called Townsend Labs with what they claim to be 'real 3D mic modelling.' The website is simply a tease at the moment with a picture of a microphone and software, whilst there's not much info on the system the credentials of the two people behind it are impressive.
In this video Pro Tools Expert team members Dan Cooper & Mike Thornton test The Audio Hunt from both the seller's and buyer's perspectives.