Join Scott Hirsch for an in-depth discussion in this video Recording ADR and editing with VocALign LE, part of Pro Tools: Audio for Film and Video.
Once you have your automated dialogue replacement or ADR recorded, you might…not be able to decide the best take until you hear it with the rest of the sound design.…This is why it's important to use dummy regions in your original record session…and always record at the same start point.…By doing this you ensure that you can use matching takes as you bring them into…your final session and you can audition all the takes you have and find out…which one works the best.…While you're editing you also might want to lay in tone underneath the ADR so it…fits with the rest of the scene.…As you can see here in this session I've got our original guide track up top, DX 1.…
That's what we're replacing.…Let's take a listen to that and just hear why we might want to replace it.…So I am going to solo that track.…(Women speaking: 230 StarLight Road?)…So you can hear the line is 230 Starlight Road and the actress actually said it…very quietly and there happens to be a bit of noise, so that's a prime candidate…
- 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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