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Focus: Audio Production Editing Music with Sound Forge Learn to edit music effectively using Sony Sound Forge
By Jeffrey P. Fisher Rare is the project that doesn't require conforming music in some way to match the visuals, enhance the drama, or support the message. Library production music often comes with alternate timings, but these tend to be of the :29 and :59 variety. That's great for some spot work, but not useful all the time. Instead of selecting a music track that almost works, make any music track do what you want by editing it to fit your precise needs. ...Read More »
Focus: Audio Production Multitrack Editing in Sony Sound Forge 10 Combine Sound Forge 10's Event Edit mode with its multichannel functionality into a multitrack editing application
By Jeffrey P. Fisher Sound Forge has always excelled at being a solid and dependable mono and two-track recorder and editor. Version 9 of the software brought multichannel support which many people misinterpreted to mean multitrack functionality. Multichannel really means the program can handle files beyond stereo such as 5.1 surround sound files. ...Read More »
Focus: Audio Production Adding Audio Hardware Meters to Sony Vegas Pro Use audio monitor options to keep an eye on levels outside the box
By Jeffrey P. Fisher There's no doubt that watching volume levels with your audio- and video-centric projects is important. The digital audio world has a top limit --- 0 dBFS --- that you can't exceed. But screen real estate is often at a premium when working in the Vegas NLE. Sure you can pop the Audio Mixer and/or Mixing Console over to a secondary monitor, but that's often filled up with audio/video effects, waveform/vectorscope monitor, and even full-screen previews. ...Read More »
Focus: Consumer Electronics How to transfer an iTunes library to another computer Backup iTunes and Recover lost iTunes music and video
By WIKI Sometime you may have this problem: You have an old computer which holds all your iTunes library including music, video, movie, tv shows, etc. And now you get a new computer, you want to transfer iTunes library from the old computer to the new one. ...Read More »
Focus: Consumer Electronics How to transfer iTunes library to another computer By WIKI Sometime you may have this problem: You have an old computer which holds all your iTunes library including music, video, movie, tv shows, etc. And now you get a new computer, you want to transfer iTunes library from the old computer to the new one. ...Read More »
Focus: Audio Production Adobe Soundbooth CS4 Essential Training: Keyboard shortcuts Customizing your workspace
By Sven-Erik Seaholm In this video, Lynda.com host Sven-Erik Seaholm discusses Soundbooth's customizability, and specifically Soundbooth's keyboard shortcuts. He shows how to save your own personal keyboard shortcuts, enhancing your productivity. ...Read More »
Focus: Audio Production Adobe Soundbooth CS4 Essential Training: Markers By Sven-Erik Seaholm In this video, Lynda.com host Sven-Erik Seaholm discusses markers, which enable you to demarcate trouble spots, and find specific areas more easily. They are also an essential element when integrating audio in your Flash projeccts. ...Read More »
Focus: Audio Production Adobe Soundbooth CS4 Essential Training: Metadata and Properties panel By Sven-Erik Seaholm In this video, Lynda.com host Sven-Erik Seaholm covers metadata and how it provides a customizable way of cataloging, sorting and searching your files, making metadata files an integral part of your project management. ...Read More »
Focus: Audio Production Sony Sound Forge Non-destructive Editing Techniques, Part II (Playlist) By Jeffrey P. Fisher In the previous article, we looked at using Sound Forge's project file format for non-destructive audio editing. Here we'll look at the Playlist feature which also lends itself to editing your work without affecting the file and therefore protecting your valuable original data. ...Read More »
Focus: Audio Production Adobe Soundbooth CS4 Essential Training: History Panel and Snapshots Go to any point in time in your audio editing process and selectively undo any tweak
By Sven-Erik Seaholm In this video, Lynda.com host Sven-Erik Seaholm covers the history panel, which enables you to go to any point in time in your audio editing process and selectively undo any tweak that you've made to the project. He also covers the Snapshots tool as well. ...Read More »
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