Learn the ins and outs of using Reaper to supplement your Pro Tools workflow – from a Pro Tools user perspective. Though Pro Tools remains the industry standard DAW in the world of audio post production for sound editing and mixing, many sound artists have taken an interest in Reaper as a sort of “sound design sandbox” due to its powerful and flexible features.
Learn about the complex process of recording vehicles and which mic setups to consider to capture the right sounds and perspectives for your project.
Discover the most commonly seen vehicles throughout the history of film. Automobiles have been present in film since both were invented. From police car chases to family vacation road trips, cars are in just about every film set in the 20th century.
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See how a thorough series of recordings from various perspectives, also known as a workup, can be used to streamline your sound editing workflow. If vehicle sound effects are the weakest category in your sound library, you’re not alone. Despite the prevalence of cars in most films, TV shows, and games, many sound artists lack the resources to tackle vehicle-centric projects.
Learn how every sonic detail can tell a story, and get advice on how to break into the audio post production industry. In a career spanning only six years, sound designer and sound fx editor Enos Desjardins has already managed to work on major TV shows like Black Mirror and several feature films – in addition to winning the 2016 "Best Sound Design: Short Film" Music and Sound Award for his work...
Learn how a hands-on approach to sound design and narrative analysis informed Joseph Fraioli's clarity and innovation in creating the sci-fi sounds of the film Kin.
Emmy-nominated sound editor Jacob Ribicoff on working with Ken Burns and creating the sound of HBO's Fahrenheit 451
Learn about Jacob Ribicoff's long-time collaboration with filmmaker Ken Burns, and how he approached creating the Emmy-nominated sound for both The Vietnam War and Fahrenheit 451.
Get tips on using the loudness, metering, analysis, and mixing tools in the NUGEN Post Bundle in your audio post production workflow to deliver industry-standard sound quality. Having the resources to work creatively while meeting important criteria like loudness standards and delivery formats can be a challenge. That's why we're recently launched the NUGEN Post Bundle Giveaway – enter below for...
Discover how a flexible custom licensing agreement with Pro Sound Effects helped the Beachbody production team achieve greater quality, efficiency, and profitability. Twenty years ago, Carl Daikeler and Jon Congdon set out on a mission to help people live healthy and fulfilling lives. They founded Beachbody and steadily grew it into a leading provider of fitness, nutrition, and weight-loss...