Join Scott Hirsch for an in-depth discussion in this video Mixing with reverb, part of Pro Tools: Audio for Film and Video.
One way you can use reverb in your mix is to use it as sort of a glue that…holds scenes together.…In this movie we'll explore how you can use snapshot automation for an impulse…response reverb to change over different scenes to create a subtle but…important space around the action.…In the motorcycle footage for this scene, there are four distinct locations…where the action unfolds.…First we have an alleyway scene, then we have the motorcycle race itself,…then we have a hospital scene briefly, and then we have in the end where he is on a river.…
So I've marked these locations with memory locations, as you can see.…TL Space is the reverb we'll use to bind together these scenes.…TL Space uses a technology called impulse response or IR.…An impulse response is an actual acoustic sampling of a real space like a…concert hall, a church, corridor, and so forth.…Engineers send a test signal into the space to excite and capture the…acoustic reflections.…Then the sound of the test signal is removed, leaving only the acoustic…
- Understanding video formats, codecs, and timecode rates
- Importing OMFs and AAFs into Pro Tools
- Spotting film and using markers
- Using room tone
- Creating fades to smooth out audio edits
- Sweetening and hard effects
- Recording ADR and editing with VocALign LE
- Editing out plosives, crackles, and hums
- Mixing with automation and reverb
- Calibrating for 5.1 surround mixing and bass management
- Mastering delivery levels and dynamics
- Understanding the Audio Suite enhancements in Pro Tools 10
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 4/04/12. Can you tell me what changed?
A: This update was initiated when Avid released Pro Tools 10. It explains that this course can be taken with either Pro Tools 9 or 10 (the exercise files are compatible with both), and we also added movies that explore the enhanced clip-based gain and Audio Suite features in Pro Tools 10, both of which are useful when building a soundtrack.
1. Getting Ready to Build Audio for Video
2. Working with a Video Project
Exporting OMF and AAF files4m 48s
3. Getting into the Audio for Video Workflow
4. Working with Audio for Video
5. Recording to Picture
6. Learning Audio for Video Techniques
7. Mixing Audio for Video
8. Working in Surround
9. Preparing for Final Delivery
10. Backing Up and Archiving
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