Join Scott Hirsch for an in-depth discussion in this video Synchronizing sound effects, part of Logic Pro: Mixing a Short Film.
Now that we have all the dialogue and sync soundtracks edited, it's time to …start thinking about how we can add some sound effects to enhance the action in …our film. In this movie we'll look at importing …sound effects and synching them to picture. …In this scene Mr Dalton is sending a message on his iPhone. …But we have no sound to go with it. Let's watch for a second. …The message he sends is an important part of the film, so we want to give his …actions a little life here. So, let's go over how to import and sync …up some cell phone sound effect files we have.…
In order to find the exact location from the sound effects from the time line, we …want to be frame accurate. Logic Pro has a key Cmd to move the play …head one frame right or left, but we have to first define it as a custom key board …Cmd. Go to Logic Pro > Preferences, and Key …Commands. In the Key Commands search window type …the word Frame. There you should see Rewind one frame, …and Forward one frame. Click the Learn by Key Label button. …
- Setting up your project
- Exporting audio and video
- Editing dialogue
- Fixing hum and broadband noise issues with processing
- Synchronizing sound effects
- Automating volume
- Printing the final mix stems
Skill Level Intermediate
Audio Foundations: EQ and Filterswith Brian Lee White2h 28m Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started
2. Editing Dialogue and Location Sound
3. Working with Sound Effects and Music
4. Mixing to Picture
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