A weekly series with Tape Op magazine founder and Jackpot! Recording Studio owner Larry Crane. Every Friday, get a new technique for tailoring effects, gaining sonic control, and opening new creative doors in your recordings.
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- Apple (8)
- Media Composer (7)
- Logic Pro (4)
- Waves (4)
- Final Cut Pro (2)
- Sibelius (2)
- Adobe (1)
- iTunes (1)
- Premiere Pro (1)
- Xpress Pro (1)
- Audio + Music (19)
- DAWs (13)
- Music Production (12)
- Mixing (11)
- Video (8)
- Video Editing (6)
- Audio Engineering (5)
- Audio Effects (4)
- Audio Foundations (4)
- Music Editing (4)
- Post Production (4)
- Audio Plug-Ins (3)
- Music Composition (3)
- Mastering (2)
- Music Notation (2)
- Recording Techniques (1)
- Songwriting (1)
- Video Foundations (1)
Learn about the history and importance of documentary filmmaking. This course explores the narrative building blocks of documentaries, and delves into specific examples of nonfiction filmmaking to explore the myriad of ways filmmakers have approached this craft over the past 120 years—culminating into the evolution of today's documentary film.
Learn about each step in the Avid Media Composer workflow—from preparation and organization to editing and refining, to audio and effects, to media management and output.
Learn how to record, edit, mix, and master audio and MIDI in Pro Tools 12.
Learn the basics of recording, editing, mixing, and exporting great-sounding mixes with Pro Tools 12.
Learn how to write a song in Pro Tools, one of the programs professional musicians turn to to record their song ideas quickly and then polish them into demos worth presenting to partners, producers, and record labels.
The fundamentals of delay and modulation effects and how to apply these effects, technically and creatively, to improve the sound of a mix.
Explains one of the most essential ingredients in audio mixing, reverb—the time it takes for sound to bounce, echo, and decay during a live performance or recording.
Shows how to properly apply equalization (EQ) to improve the sound of a mix.
Shows how to improve the sound of a mix using compressors, limiters, gates, de-essers, and other dynamic processors.
Learn to edit, refine, and enhance your video project with Avid Media Composer—a must-know software solution for all aspiring filmmakers.
Learn how to record, edit, mix, and master audio and MIDI in Pro Tools.
Walk through the most anticipated new features included in Pro Tools 11, the industry-leading DAW.
Explore essential mastering concepts and techniques used by experienced audio engineers to create a cohesive album from a set of mixed tracks.
Shows musicians how to create professional-looking scores, beginning with the basics of note entry and playback, with Sibelius, the popular music notation software.
Illuminates the process of recording, editing, mixing, and mastering in Pro Tools, the industry-standard software for music and postproduction.
Demonstrates basic and intermediate techniques for editing video in Avid Media Composer.
Highlights the new features in this release of Pro Tools, the audio production software from Avid.
Reveals industry tips, tricks, and techniques for producing professionally mixed audio.
Covers the key differences video editors need to know to master Media Composer and make the switch from Final Cut Pro.
Covers the ins and outs of creating, arranging, and publishing musical scores in Sibelius 6.
Demonstrates concepts and techniques necessary for recording, editing, mixing, and mastering in Pro Tools 9.
Demonstrates basic and intermediate editing techniques in Media Composer.
Explores Media Composer tools and techniques for producing great looking video, as well as the basics of high definition media formats.
Demonstrates all of the concepts and techniques necessary for recording, editing, mixing, and mastering in Pro Tools 8.
Use Pro Tools 7 LE to create, edit, and mix digital sound professionally.
Covers Avid Xpress Pro, from interface basics to rendering to importing and exporting footage.
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