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Learn how to create professional quality soundtracks in your project studio.
When any kind of soundtrack is added to a picture track, whether it's the dialogue of a movie, a jingle to a commercial, or the multimedia track of an online or CD-ROM video, the soundtrack is added after the movie itself is produced. This process, called audio post-production, used to require huge audio post-production facilities with massive film and/or video synchronizing machines and other expensive hardware.
These days, professional audio post-production can be done using inexpensive hardware and software inside a home or project studio. Audio Post Production in Your Project Studio teaches you how to produce professional quality audio post production projects using these readily available tools. Topics of discussion include software editing, software effects, software mixing, monitoring, software mastering, information on running a successful project studio, and much more. Instruction is presented using a non-software-specific approach”the techniques discussed are applicable to any digital audio workstation you choose to work with.
- Author: Casey Kim
- Series: book
- Publisher: ArtistPro
- Medium: softcover
- 9" long x 7" wide
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I have read many books about audio. But I wish I had started with this one. It is clearly written and well edited. The author provides a unique perspective that is easy to follow. She helps you understand what should be done. But she also explains why. This book is ideal for the project studio centered around a DAW. I have substantial "spare-time" experience editing and mixing amateur projects. Even so, I learned numerous things I did not know. Had I read this book earlier, it would have saved me some headaches. It provides a solid foundation with basic information. But it also provides plenty of technical details that you can actually understand. By the end, you'll find that you've gained a surprising amount of knowledge and have specific guidance that can be put into immediate practice. I highly recommend Audio Post-Production In Your Project Studio, by Casey Kim. Get it and read it. Follow her advice and your mixes will improve.