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June 6, 2019, 13:21 PM
The sound in HBO's 'Chernobyl' - and the interplay between sound design and score - is outstanding, and it's a great pleasure to give you the story behind it in this exclusive A Sound Effect interview. Here, supervising sound editor Stefan Henrix and sound designer Joe Beal share how they made its eerily haunting soundscape, and the lengths they went to capture and design an authentic sound for the series:#sound#sound design#sound effects#chernobyl#chernobyl sound design
August 19, 2018, 16:43 PM
In this Adobe Premiere Pro tutorial we show you our personal settings to take your voice from the raw recording to sounding silky smooth. We use three particular audio effects inside of Premiere Pro to enhance your audio narration or voiceovers. We realize that Audition is a powerful and effective program to work in, but if you're wanting to stay in Premiere Pro exclusively, this tutorial is for you! This an much more at www.motionarray.com#audio#premiere pro#tutorial#sound#motion array#voiceover#audio editing#narration#voice enhancement#make your voice sound better
January 29, 2018, 22:51 PM
Have you ever watched the movie “Jaws” on mute? There’s something almost comical, at once animatronic, about the clunky robot approaching from below. Yet, introduce John William’s iconic, two-note ostinato, and the suspense is hypnotic, the fear paralyzing. In fact, Spielberg now credits this lasting score to “half of the success” of the film. This illustrates perfectly the purpose of composing music for a film.#editing#audio#postproduction#filmmaking#sound#scoring
November 20, 2017, 16:33 PM
The Hollywood Professional Association (HPA) bestowed the 2017 HPA Awards tonight, during a sold-out gala celebration at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles. The HPA Awards have become the banner awards ceremony for the professional media content, recognizing individuals and companies for outstanding contributions made in the creation of feature films, television, commercials, and entertainment content enjoyed around the world.#editing#vfx#color grading#hpa awards#hpa#sound
June 8, 2017, 10:43 AM
PART 2: TUBE-MODELED COMPRESSOR, PARAMETRIC EQ, AUDIO KEYFRAMING, HARD LIMITER — This Premiere Pro Audio Workflow Guide for Editors is a 2-part series that identifies "essential" audio tools in Premiere Pro, and shows how to use them in a real-world audio workflow. This series is modeled after the audio workflow of veteran editor and trainer, Paul Murphy, who shares his recommendations for producing a professional mix in Premiere Pro.#audio#adobe#premiere pro#creative cloud#sound
June 2, 2017, 13:51 PM
PART 1: LOUDNESS AUTO-MATCH, AUDIO GAIN, AND LOUDNESS RADAR. This Premiere Pro Audio Workflow Guide for Editors is a 2-part series that identifies "essential" audio tools in Premiere Pro, and shows how to use them in a real-world audio workflow. Part 1 focuses on how to use the Loudness Auto-Match button, Audio Gain, and the Loudness Radar to achieve a target loudness, particularly for the web. This series is modeled after the audio workflow of veteran editor and trainer, Paul Murphy, who shares#audio#adobe#mixing#premiere pro#sound
October 25, 2015, 05:29 AM
In this episode we share an excerpt from the Sight, Sound, and Story panel Gordon hosted for MEWShop.com titled: The Great Unscripted: The “Real” in Reality Television. The panelists include: Alanna Yudin (Ink Master, Mob Wives), Joe Schuck (Alaskan Bush People, Best Funeral Ever), and Julie "Bob" Lombardi (Teen Mom, Town of the Living Dead). They discuss the use of music, issues of authenticity and more.#editor#editing#film#film editing#story#manhattan edit workshop#gordon burkell#sound#television#movies#panel#joe schuck#alanna yudin#teen mom#town of the living dead#mob wives#the cutting room#sight#ink master#alaskan bush people#best funeral ever#julie lombardi#bob
October 6, 2015, 09:09 AM
Saturday Oct. 24 at NMSU in Las Cruces, New Mexico, join VFX Supervisor Aaron Estrada and Sr. Motion Graphics Designer Josh Goble in an exploration of Digital Compositing and its role in post production. You may already know that digital compositing is one of the cornerstones of VFX and C.G. animation. But did you know it’s also very handy for editors and non-animation folks?#editing#after effects#film#postproduction#compositing#sound#new mexico#nuke#las cruces
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