This critical episode shows us a few examples of the importance of layering sound effects and how to best do it by using the best parts of each layer to support the whole. It also deals with the exporting of sound effects.
This fun episode shows us how to misuse software to create untold riches of soundscapes and effects from ordinary recordings.
This episode comprises the advanced knowledge and use of Adobe and iZotope plugins to completely transform a recording into something more useful in cinema.
This episode deals exclusively with the beginning theories and practices of turning ordinary sound effects in to cinematic works of punchy, groovy, and exciting art.
In this episode we’re shown the value of understanding the distance from source to microphone, what different stereo and mono mic configurations do to the sound, how to always notice the sound effects around us, and how to best turn every day items into amazing SFX.
In this episode we discover the importance of recording our own sound effects, how best to do it, how to sync and layer them in post, and we’re introduced to several amazing plugins.
In this fun episode we learn all about loop groups, how to record them, how to have the performers perform, how to do loop group Foley, and how to layer them all together.
In this episode we discover ways to fool the brain with Foley cheats, how to manage multiple noisy Foley recordings with batch capture, we’re introduced to DTC mixing, and we have our first look at controlling Foley from a keyboard.
In this fun episode, we are taken through many sessions of recording Foley and shown how to most efficiently capture great Foley performances.
In this introductory episode to the effects volume, we jump right in to spotting the five example videos for Foley and sound effects.
In this final chapter on editing Mark shows us how to use simple editing tools to radically change the nature of sound effects
In this episode Mark takes us through one-more-pass of editing and covers everything from special room tone Tricks to fix horrific surf-laden DX to stereo DX editing, cutting final voice overs and what to do if your DX goes out of sync in the editing process.
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In this episode Mark takes us through three extensive edit jobs for the Macbeth, donuts, and brutally noisy beach scenes.
This episode is strongly weighted toward cutting ADR and all the functions which are required to get that handled including a surprise from Adobe.
In this episode Mark covers knowledge about editing which isn’t widely known including the right kinds of crossfades to use, normalising dialogue, looping room tone secrets, synchronisation mysteries and an overview of the DAW.
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In this episode Mark fires the opening salvo of information regarding the mysteries of audio editing, and he gives us the basic tools which don’t translate from NLEs – and which are mandatory to get audio organized and ready for the Fix and Mix.
This episode covers everything needed to understand how to use, layer, manipulate, edit, and manage ambiences. All five of the example videos have their ambiences cut in during the last portion of this episode.