In this video review Pro Tools Expert team member Dan Cooper takes a close look at a new reverb plug-in called ADAPTIVERB by Zynaptiq.
A heatwave is forecast for the UK over the few days. These 5 tips are to help those people stuck in hot recording studios cope better in hot temperatures when air conditioning is not available.
Some of you may remember the video reviews I posted roughly a year ago of Sonarworks Reference 3 room and headphone calibration plug-ins. A year has passed since those reviews so in this article I am going to share my experiences one year on of using Reference 3 in my mixing workflow.
Our friends at Universal Audio have partnered with Abbey Road Institute providing recording hardware and software for Sophisticated Educational Programs and Seminars.
In this free video tutorial, Paul Drew uses the Waves Infected Mushroom Pusher Plugin to add width to his master buss, and has fun with the other controls too.
We have shared a number of videos from audio post specialist Jonah Guelzo covering a range of techniques in audio post production using Pro Tools. In this 32 minute video tutorial Joah works us through the techniques he used an friend his brother and friends put together for the annual 48 Hour Film Festival.
A couple of months ago I had the honour of mixing the 2016 version of "The Jungle Book" in to the Hebrew language, at Disney's International Sound department at Shepperton Studios.
At the time I marvelled at how they'd achieved this voice treatment, and it was only two months later that I discovered that they had used the Dehumaniser plugin by Krotos Audio.
Russ, Mike, James and Dan chat through issues from the week's news as well as the usual tips, tricks and questions answered.
In this free Pro Tools video tutorial Russ shows how to mash up an electric drum loop with Lo-Fi, Vintage Filter and compression.
pureMix has just released their biggest mixing tutorial to date featuring Grammy nominated and multiplatinum engineer Mark Needham mixing the song "It's Time" by Imagine Dragons in a video course that is just under 2 hours in duration.
In our ongoing series looking at the A-Z of Waves, we come to J for JJP or Jack Joseph Puig. There are a range of JJP designed plugins in the Waves portfolio and we have free video tutorials for four of them...
In our continuing series profiling the companies on our Audio Market page we are going to turn the spotlight on SoundBits. On the Audio Market page we offer smaller developers the opportunity to reach the Pro Tools community at a much lower price. Saro set up SoundBits to to be able to create and sell sound effects and will be well known to anyone who reads our regular Sunday Sound Effects Round Up.
On our premium video platform, which has over 950 tutorial videos, or very own Mr RX It - Mike Thornton has produced a video tutorial series covering the RX Plugin Pack which consists of four of the essential plug-ins from iZotope's RX5 Editor package, De-click, Dialogue De-noise, De-hum, and De-clip all of which can help you rescue your audio.
When we announced MixChecker and then have reviewed it as well, some people have been unsure about whether MixChecker from Audified is a good idea, or if it even works. When we talked to the team at Audified we found they were getting similar questions too and so we thought it would be best to try and answer these questions and also give you an insight into how this plug-in was developed along the way.
We start this week with news of two sales, the first from Sound Effects Monkey, which finishes tomorrow and then another sale from Red Libraries that will finish at the end of August. Next we cover the release of Metal Atmosphere from Mindful Audio. Then we look at a neat little library from Undertone - Cathedral Concert Audience, before moving onto a great interview from the A Sound Effect blog on the Sound design for Netflix's Stranger Things. We then finish off with a very useful article from Paul Virostek onto adding metadata to sound effects libraries.
Following on from Mike's Pro Tools Help article about syncing two Macs together, I thought I'd pick up the baton for Windows users. Network MIDI is just as versatile as wired MIDI and needn't be any more difficult for Windows users than for Mac users.