Audio Production Workflow Basics for Pro Tools


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Understanding the audio production workflow

Let's get into the basic workflow of an audio for video project and see how Pro Tools integrates. First, the production phase. The video is shot. While Pro Tools can be used to record audio on a set, typically location audio recordists use a separate hard drive or flash recorder. Then we have the Picture edit. In this step, the video, along with production sound, is imported into video editing software, such as Final Cut Pro or Avid Media Composer. During this period of time sound engineers can gather and record other sound effects that might be useful for the project, or go through sound effects libraries, storing sounds, editing, and compositing them in Pro Tools, gearing up for sound work that lies ahead.

When the picture editing is complete, the picture is said to be locked. There may be still graphic, special effects, or other picture manipulations, but the timing of the cuts are solid and fixed. The next step is the OMF or AAF transfer, where the sound is separated from the picture ...

Understanding the audio production workflow
Video duration: 2m 39s 5h 9m Intermediate Updated Apr 04, 2012

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Understanding the audio production workflow 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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