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From: Music Editing for TV and Film in Pro Tools

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I really enjoyed the making of this course. I hope you have enjoyed watching it as much as I enjoyed making it. And I hope you've found the information and techniques useful. If you think you might like to get more involved in music editing, a great place to start is by getting involved with as many projects as you can, and remember to always follow your musical intuition and have fun along the way. If you would like to learn more about Pro Tools, check out Pro Tools 9 Essential Training with David Franz on lynda.com. I'd like to give special thanks to the film makers of Eli and to Simon Hunter for the exceptional elements we use throughout this course.

Goodbye

I really enjoyed the making of this course. I hope you have enjoyed watching it as much as I enjoyed making it. And I hope you've found the information and techniques useful. If you think you might like to get more involved in music editing, a great place to start is by getting involved with as many projects as you can, and remember to always follow your musical intuition and have fun along the way. If you would like to learn more about Pro Tools, check out Pro Tools 9 Essential Training with David Franz on lynda.com. I'd like to give special thanks to the film makers of Eli and to Simon Hunter for the exceptional elements we use throughout this course.

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Music Editing for TV and Film in Pro Tools

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Skye Lewin
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  1. 2m 49s
    1. Welcome
      52s
    2. Using the exercise files
      1m 32s
    3. A word about the film and music used in this course
      25s
  2. 25m 4s
    1. Creating a template session for working to picture
      7m 29s
    2. Importing a picture file
      3m 17s
    3. What is time code?
      4m 17s
    4. Syncing picture to Pro Tools
      6m 58s
    5. Importing audio files
      3m 3s
  3. 48m 36s
    1. Using the Zoom and View commands
      9m 54s
    2. Utilizing the edit modes
      7m 59s
    3. Navigating with key commands
      7m 57s
    4. Creating and using sync points
      3m 20s
    5. Using the snap editing commands
      5m 16s
    6. Using memory locations
      8m 12s
    7. Customizing crossfades
      5m 58s
  4. 1h 11m
    1. Auditioning music to picture
      10m 21s
    2. Editing to acquire multiple sync points within the same "cue"
      6m 2s
    3. Editing to maintain or change the arc/build of the cue to fit the scene
      15m 11s
    4. Editing the start and end of the cue
      9m 55s
    5. Setting up for a 30-second condensed edit
      4m 5s
    6. First pass of a 30-second condensed edit
      11m 17s
    7. Improving the 30-second condensed edit
      14m 41s
  5. 26m 49s
    1. Exploring alternate edits of the same song
      8m 17s
    2. Editing different songs to the same scene
      18m 32s
  6. 11m 25s
    1. Mixing the edit
      5m 26s
    2. Bouncing down the edit
      2m 47s
    3. Compressing the QuickTime files
      3m 12s
  7. 12m 19s
    1. Conforming the edit to picture if the scene has shifted
      5m 27s
    2. Conforming the edit if a shot's length changes within the scene
      6m 52s
  8. 10m 34s
    1. Removing profanities by reversing audio
      2m 8s
    2. Removing profanities with instrumentals
      2m 36s
    3. Keeping a song in sequence
      1m 19s
    4. Layering audio
      1m 36s
    5. Time stretching
      2m 55s
  9. 38s
    1. Goodbye
      38s

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