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James is back with more signature sounds for the Avid Eleven Rack. In this Free video tutorial James takes a look at creating the Eric Johnson guitar sound.He shows which guitar amps, cabs and effects he uses.
Eric Johnson Eleven Rack Amp Settings
Eric Johnson Eleven Rack Reverb Settings
Eric Johnson Eleven Rack Echo Settings
Eleven Rack Amps
Eleven Rack Reverb
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In this FREE Pro Tools video tutorial Russ shows those who may have limited budgets that you don’t always need to spend money on plug-ins to get great results.
Russ takes users under the hood of Xpand2 to show how to create rich and complex textures that can be controlled during a performance.
In this video Pro Tools users will learn how to stack sounds, use arpeggiators to create movement, assign filter controls and use MIDI CC for extra control.
Sampling supremo, post editor and friend of the blog Marcus from Bad Cat Media gives a nice video tutorial on using Slate VCC in Pro Tools.
The Pro Tools video tutorial also gives a lot of shortcuts.
Our friends at pureMIX have released this video on setting recording levels, another of their excellent videos with subtitles in French, Spanish, Italian, and German, so if English is not your native tongue then you can still get the most of this great video.
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In this video community member Matt Blue AKA kcatthedog shows how he has modified the transformers in his JRR Panther Active Ribbon microphone with a CineMag 9887 transformer.
The video is extensive and shows all the steps necessary to make the modification. Matt also shows the challenges he faced during the process and how he overcame issues of fitting a different sized transformers.
During the video the audio swaps from left to right on purpose, all is revealed as why this happens at the end of the video tutorial.
Thanks Matt for making this video. Watch it here
I have just borrowed a Syncheck 3 from Mike Woods at Dirty Dog Audio Ltd, the UK distributor of SYNCHECK and will be using it for a series of forthcoming test on video codecs/hardware in Pro Tools 11.1.3, so I thought a quick introduction would be helpful to those who haven’t met this device yet (you really should know about it if you are serious about post!).
Syncheck was developed by Richard Fairbanks, an Emmy-nominated re-recording mixer, editor, sound supervisor and owner of Manhattan’s Pharoah Audio, and is now on its third hardware iteration.
Syncheck was conceived to work out with absolute certainty the sync delay of your visual playback system and also, and somewhat more importantly, how robust the sync is and whether there is any drift – but more on that later. So, when your client asks is that in sync, you can answer with certainty, knowing that your playback system is calibrated and corrected, and you are not seeing hardware errors.
SYNCHECK 3 - How Does it Work?
Syncheck has on board sound and light detectors that register the leading edge of the sound and light burst from a test file, and measures how much time occurs between them. Simples!
The LED display shows whether audio or video is ahead (i.e which occurs first), and what the delay is, measured in fames and also in milliseconds, from hundredths of a frame up to half a second! (where at which even your mum would notice the sync!). This is all achieved at an accuracy of +/- 0.03 milliseconds (that’s about 7% of a frame at 25fps!), and in real time too.
Syncheck 3 has a buffer of 40 measurements and will store these for you. It can calculate average error, and the “span” (maximum deviation).
In Part 2 of this series Julian looks at using external side chains with gates and compressors.
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