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Jake shows you how using a USB microphone such as the Senal UB-440 can improve your Zoom meetings and video conferences. Whether you’re teaching online classes, taking part in an online meeting, or even recording your first podcast, a USB mic can greatly enhance your audio quality and clarity...
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In these challenging times, people need to turn to something. Maybe it’s their favorite podcast, maybe it’s their friends, over Zoom. For some people, the power that connects us is a “higher” one. We’re going to cover how to set up an audio stream for your house of worship, so that you might reach people in their time of need. Now hold the phone—audio stream? Wouldn’t you want to broadcast video...
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In this Adobe Premiere Pro CC tutorial, AB shows you how to edit audio. His audio editing tips include how to add submix tracks, how to remove background noise, and more! You can find more editing tips and techniques...
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In this video, AB breaks down the five basic elements of film sound: dialogue, background or ambient sound, sound effects, Foley, and music. Did you know that most of the movies and shows you watch contain sound that wasn't recorded at the time of the shoot? Learn these and other interesting facts about filmmaking by clicking into our ...
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Looking to step up your podcast? AB teaches you how to be creative with your solo podcast by adding another character using pitch-shifting software! You can find more podcast tips at Podcasting for Beginners.
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AB Belinfanti shows you how to make a beat from scratch and how to structure a beat using objects from around his house. Follow along as he takes you from the recording process all the way through the editing stage, where he creatively uses plug-ins to transform a simple recording into a beefed-up musical foundation.
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It has been said through the ages that necessity is the mother of invention and, based upon the surge in interest we’re seeing in remote podcasting during these strange and uncertain times, I’m realizing that it truly is. COVID-19 has upended life as we know it for much of the US. People are cooped up in their homes, and everyone is wondering if this is the new normal. Many jobs have been lost,...
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In the era of social distancing, it may seem hard for songwriters and producers to collaborate from their houses. But remote collaboration is not new: just last fall, Robbie Robertson re-recorded his band’s classic hit, “The Weight,” with a globe-trotting lineup of musicians; almost 20 years ago, The Postal Service got its band name from its method of collaboration: its prominent members traded...
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What is childhood? Now hum it. Most people wouldn’t know where to start, perhaps their mind would flicker to memories of nighttime lullabies or morning cartoons, but this is the kind of challenge film composers face daily. Logically, a good starting point would be a rudimentary happy or sad, then build from there. Happy is generally more upbeat, lighter instruments like guitar or piano, while sad...
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Imagine audience members nestled in their seats, popcorn in hand, the lights dim, and music fills the theater. Goosebumps cover their skin as they feel... excitement, dread, happiness? They’re feeling what was expertly crafted after months of planning, meetings, discussions, first, second, third attempts, notes, revisions, editing, tweaking, etc. Scores are true labors of love. They can take on a...
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Hey, you’re a video person. All you know is the video don’t sound good. Something’s off—but who knows what! Well, read this article, and you will. Or more accurately, you’ll have some tools for identifying what sounds off as you practice your craft. With some time and patience, you’ll get the hang of fixing the issue yourself. Here are eight tips to help you. 1. Get Familiar with the GUI of an...
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Everything about the new Mac Pro tower makes a commanding statement, sending a clear message that Apple is ready to dominate the professional market once again. Not only is it engineered for ultimate performance, but its modular design empowers the demanding engineer with the freedom to customize and expand the Mac Pro effortlessly...
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When considering a new gear purchase, it’s easy to get caught up in extravagant equipment and overlook things that would ease the pain of daily audio life. There are routine processes that can be simplified, common problems that can be more quickly solved, and significant sonic improvements that can be made if you have the right tools. I’d like to share six audio tools that can easily become...
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Over the past few years, podcasting has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity. With renewed enthusiasm in the commercial and “do-it-yourself” segments of the medium, the art of the podcast is quickly evolving. As the content has gotten better and better, the standards for sound quality, sound design, and music have also taken a quantum leap. In my time co-producing and engineering the...
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