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September 18, 2014, 4:44 am
I’ve been married to my wife for nearly two and a half wonderful years. I’ve been married to my NLE, Avid Media Composer, for twice that. What I’ve learned over that time is that the two relationships are fairly similar. I’m going to explain to you how lessons learned through your significant other directly relate to how you should work with your NLE.
September 18, 2014, 4:42 am
It is possible to audition Pro Tools plug-in presets without using your mouse, simply by using the up and down keys on your computer keyboard and with a modifier key you can jump between preset folders.
September 14, 2014, 6:14 am
After being locked in a dungeon on numerous Avid and Final Cut Pro projects, I’ve finally settled into spending some quality time with Premiere Pro CC 2014. Much to my surprise, it looks like the development team over at Adobe decided to remove the trim monitor panel shortcuts for “Focus Both Outgoing and Incoming”, “Focus on Incoming Side”, and “Focus on Outgoing Side”. After spending so much time with Media Composer’s trim mode, I started to hyperventilate thinking that Premiere’s trim mode would be crippled by the need to use the mouse.
September 14, 2014, 6:14 am
At IBC I have just had a personal extended demo of the new Avid S3L-X. When I saw the original announcement it didn’t seem to be a big deal, but now I have been given the personal tour of the Avid S3L-X I can see much more clearly what they have done.
September 13, 2014, 8:24 am
The All group is created by default in each new session. Its ID letter is “!” so in the mix window it can be toggled using shift+1. In a simple session it can be useful for freeing up headroom if your master fader has started to clip.
September 13, 2014, 8:22 am
Color models and character studies for “Peter and the Wolf” by Chuck Jones. It aired on ABC and won the Emmy for best children’s programming in 1996.
September 12, 2014, 4:44 am
Fewer and fewer large professional recording studios are being built and many more are being set up in spaces not designed for the purpose. Professional recording studios are designed with several considerations, of course acoustics are high up the list, after all they have to sound great. However some unseen essentials are there too and often overlooked in smaller ad-hoc or home studio set-ups, but these things are essential if you want to make trouble free recordings.
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