Join Scott Hirsch for an in-depth discussion in this video Establishing a client workflow, part of Building a Commercial Soundtrack in Audition.
One of the most overlooked yet crucial concepts from working with any…commercial audio project along with a client is the task of keeping organized.…In this movie we'll explore one way to keep all your audition…files organized as well as how to use file naming to your advantage.…There are several reasons to keep all of your…audition files and various media files well named and organized.…One is, if you're working on many projects simultaneously it's…good to keep the assets all in the same place…as the project files themselves.…It's very easy to have assets scattered all over the…hard drive and this can get very confusing and messy quickly.…
To demonstrate I've organized my folders a certain way.…Now remember this is just a sample of how I like to do it.…It isn't necessarily written in stone that you have to organize it this way.…But you should decide on a method that works for you and stick to it.…So in here I have my client folder on the outside.…We're calling the client, Echo Agency.…And inside the client folder I have any project associated with that client.…
- Setting up your Audition template
- Importing audio elements
- Working with voice-over, music, and sound effects
- Mixing with automation
- Mastering for final output