LIBRARY: Tutorials Reviews Interviews Editorials Features Business Authors RSS Feed

Dialogue Fixin' using Soundtrack

CreativeCOW presents Dialogue Fixin' using Soundtrack -- Apple Soundtrack Tutorial


Phoenix Studios
Kathmandu Nepal
CreativeCOW.net. All rights reserved.


This Soundtrack Pro video tutorial covers two useful techniques for fixing dialogue used in documentaries or other productions. 1) Time stretching for dialogue will fit a bit of dialogue as needed within a scene, and 2) Matching voice levels between two or more dialogue clips will make one clip sound more like another. Both tasks are easy to do for anyone working within Final Cut Studio, and this tutorial will walk you through the two procedures.



Play Video Tutorial




Related Articles / Tutorials:
Apple Final Cut Pro
Make Your FCP Timelines Sing By Roundtripping to Soundtrack Pro

Make Your FCP Timelines Sing By Roundtripping to Soundtrack Pro

The COW's Jiggy Gaton owns an audio studio -- but has created a tutorial for those of us who don't have an audio studio within earshot when editing video in Final Cut Pro. He's not sure if he's being lazy, or just efficient, to use an integrated Soundtrack Pro project inside FCP. Either way, read on to learn how to do it yourself.

Tutorial
Jiggy Gaton
Apple Soundtrack
Dialogue Replacement using Soundtrack Pro

Dialogue Replacement using Soundtrack Pro
  Play Video
Even though most people don't associate Soundtrack Pro with ADR, it has a set of powerful tools designed to record and edit looped dialogue. In this Soundtrack Pro video tutorial Sam McGuire explains the process of replacing dialogue using STP's loop recording, multitake editor, and audio stretch tool. Other topical advice is also discussed.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Sam McGuire
Apple Soundtrack
Soundtrack Pro Scripts

Soundtrack Pro Scripts
  Play Video
Soundtrack Pro offers the ability to save action lists as scripts which can subsequently be used in FCP and the OSX Finder. In this video tutorial learn how to use this powerful feature to process your audio using the actions you use most often. We also look at several short-comings of this feature to help you avoid making time-wasting mistakes.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Sam McGuire
Apple Soundtrack
Music in Soundtrack Pro

Music in Soundtrack Pro
  Play Video
Have you ever wondered what the GBs of audio files you installed with Final Cut Pro can do for you? Soundtrack Pro is an excellent music arrangement tool that can be used for temping tracks and also creating full scores for your project. It may not be the same as hiring a composer, but for the price and flexibility, and this video tutorial, you may find just what you are looking for!

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Sam McGuire
Apple Soundtrack
Cell Phone Interference in Soundtrack Pro

Cell Phone Interference in Soundtrack Pro
  Play Video
In this Soundtrack tutorial, Sam McGuire looks at the infamous cell phone interference issue that can be a real nightmare for your audio. While several solutions are explored, the main point is emphasized that you'll need to make sure all phones are turned off while filming!

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Sam McGuire
Apple Soundtrack
Audio Noise Reduction in Soundtrack Pro

Audio Noise Reduction in Soundtrack Pro
  Play Video
A "how to guide" for removing audio noise in Final Cut and Soundtrack Pro. In this video tutorial Sam McGuire demonstrates how to use many of the noise reduction tools found in FCP and Soundtrack.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Sam McGuire
Apple Soundtrack
Apple Soundtrack 1.0

Apple Soundtrack 1.0

In this review, Creative Cow's Ron Lindeboom looks at the new Soundtrack 1.0 from Apple. Soundtrack ships as part of the Final Cut Pro 4 package and users are beginning to explore this latest offering from Apple Computer -- a tool that gives Mac users many of the powers that once were only found on the PC in tools like Sonic Foundry Acid. How well does Soundtrack perform and what can new users expect? Read on...

Review
Ron Lindeboom
Recent Articles / Tutorials:
Cinematography
How To Put Yourself In Any Movie, Part 2: Greenscreen

How To Put Yourself In Any Movie, Part 2: Greenscreen

Not every VFX problem can be solved with a plug-in alone! Visual effects start with the visuals! In part two of his series on inserting yourself into any movie, filmmaker and effects artist Cody Pyper covers how to set up lighting to match shots from Hollywood movies, and how to set your camera to the best settings for shooting green screen.


Cody Pyper
Apple Motion
Apple Motion for Motion Graphics: Chasing Dots

Apple Motion for Motion Graphics: Chasing Dots

Thanks to longtime VFX artist, editor, software developer, and business owner Simon Ubsdell, you've already seen far more than you imagined from Apple Motion for titling, animation, and visual effects. Now get ready for...motion graphics? That's right, motion graphics in Apple Motion! In this clever tutorial ready made for your epidemiological explainer videos, Simon once again leads a master class in the depths of Motion's toolsets, including gradients, paths, cameras, and more.


Simon Ubsdell
Film Festivals
Sundance Ignite Fellowship For Emerging Directors: 2020 Could Be Your Year After All

Sundance Ignite Fellowship For Emerging Directors: 2020 Could Be Your Year After All

Nobody knows how the rest of 2020 and beyond will shape filmmaking and film festivals, but there’s no need for young filmmakers to put their careers on hold. The Sundance Institute and Adobe are looking for 10 documentary or narrative directors between the ages of 18 and 25 who’ve completed a short between one and 15 minutes long any time since August 2018 to receive Sundance Ignite fellowships as part of a year-long program that includes mentorship, artist grants, internships and program opportunities, an annual membership to Adobe Creative Cloud, and a trip to the 2021 Sundance Film Festival.


Tim Wilson
MORE
© 2020 CreativeCOW.net All Rights Reserved
[TOP]