When editing speech for a voiceover, a monologue, or lead vocals, it's customary…to edit the words so that there are no stuttering, stammering, hesitation, or…mistakes in the reading or the performing of the material.…Many times it's also beneficial in voiceovers to eliminate unnecessary pauses or…open spaces between words and sentences.…This will increase the pace of the performance and is done when there's a lot of…breathing pauses, or if you want to intensify the impact of the delivery, like a…fast talking radio DJ might do.…
Overall the idea is to create a perfect performance.…When you're editing speech or vocals, it's always a good idea to have the…script, the text, or the lyrics as a printed guide for making notes about where…to place your edits.…In this case, I've included them in the comments column in the track, right…down here.…You'll also see that I have added some markers into the session.…These markers indicate a few of the places that I have identified as some of the…good performances in this raw take.…
- Exploring the Pro Tools interface
- Selecting inputs, outputs, and busses
- Understanding signal paths and gain stages
- Setting up Pro Tools hardware and software properly
- Importing audio from multiple sources
- Recording and editing audio and MIDI
- Adjusting time, tempo, meter, key, and chord in arrangements
- Mixing and mastering a session
- Setting up an effects loop
- Importing and displaying video
- Adding music, Foley, ADR, and FX
- Archiving a session
Skill Level Beginner
Pro Tools: Audio for Film and Videowith Scott Hirsch5h 9m Intermediate
Pro Tools: Mixing and Masteringwith Brian Lee White10h 32m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Learning the Interface
4. Recording Audio
5. Editing Audio
6. Arranging a Session
7. Recording MIDI Data
8. Editing MIDI
11. Mixing and Mastering
12. Working with Video
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