How To Mix And Spatial Techniques For 5.1 Surround In Pro Tools


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Mixing and spatial techniques for 5.1 surround

Once you get all of your surround routing and calibration taken care of, it's time to put all this hard work towards creating a captivating surround mix. In this movie, we will talk about how to approach to panning on your tracks out of the surround speakers with some examples. To open a surround panner, click on the small fader icon next to the Output Selector. Here is a mono source track panning into surround surround panner. Notice that Pro Tools defaults to have the panner pan to the center speaker. The center speaker for surround mixing is really important.

You can ground your mix and make all dialogue or any sound come from the center of the screen. You could even argue that in 5.1 mixing, the addition of the center speaker is even more useful than the surround left and right channels. One drawback to stereo style mixing for film or video mixes are that the sounds you want to put in the center of the mix have to arrive there through a phantom center. In a home stereo system, if...

Mixing and spatial techniques for 5.1 surround
Video duration: 14m 9s 5h 9m Intermediate Updated Apr 04, 2012

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Mixing and spatial techniques for 5.1 surround provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Audio for Film and Video with Pro Tools

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Audio + Music Video
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Pro Tools
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