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  1. Post audio workflow

    Hi All, Post Production Audio Question: I have come across some post audio workflows and the topics of submix, buses and loudness normalization. It's a side of post audio I have not seen and it does provide cleaner and fuller audio, but I do have some questions about this workflow: To do the EQ, noise reduction, desses, etc.. for each audio clip is better to do a submix bus for each audio clip and do the EQ and other stuff OR do a submix bus for that one track and do the EQ and other stuff? and after the submix bus then do the loudness normalization? Any answers and suggestions are welcome. Thank you.
  2. My PT session for a short film has several audio tracks, and at some point I imported an OMF from the foley department. I worked directly from this OMF (maybe the problem started here?) with editing, processing, etc. Now that I was saving a copy of the session to another location, I was surprised to see that it required around 250 GB, where the Audio Files folder only was 16 GB. Not knowing where the issue was, I still made the copy. Later on, checking the Audio Files folder of the copied session, I had over 400 instances of the OMF, all with the same creation date and most of them with the complete size. It seems that it´s an instance for every clip that was not processed. Trying it out, I moved all OMF files, except one, to another folder and tried to open my session. ProTools still needed to locate the OMF´s or else the audio clips associated with it, would be stated as missing files. I restored the OMF´s to the Audio Files folder, but ProTools is still not finding them. Why is ProTools doing this and could I have avoided it by duplicated the OMF tracks and work from the copied audio clips? I have ProTools 10. Thanks!
  3. There is a scene in Batman V Superman at Lois Lane's apartment bathroom. Noticed underneath dialogue there was taxi car horn noise. Was just checking to see if there was a discussion on that decision. Whoever made that choice really set the scene really well. You didn't have to say it was Metropolis, it sounded just like New York. Was there any back and forth about laying more noise under dialogue? Or was that one of many honks from on location where more noise needed to be added to match unavoidable set issues?
  4. Loudness and -20 tone

    Just wondering about how to handle the 60 seconds of tone (-20dBFS/ roughly -20LKFS) and 30 sec of silence before the program starts when measuring/ correcting loudness to a target value of -24LKFS. The 1770-3 standard gates for silence but doesn't ignore tone so the integrated loudness will be skewed by that tone if included in the file to be measured/ corrected. I'm mixing close to -24LKFS by ear, doing what I've always done but I want to include a render for loudness to get as accurate as possible using RX5's loudness tool. If I include tone in the file (like I always did in the past) it'll turn down the audio because there's 1 minute of "content" (tone) that is 4 dB too loud over time, not good. On the other hand, the guys doing the layback want tone included in the file. There has to be a standard way of dealing with this by now. Thoughts?
  5. Hi all, I´m have a "small" problem. I have quite a few polyphonic audio files (22 shooting days!) witch have no Production Mix tracks (Boom mix and lav mix), I have a long shot way of doing this in Wave Agent and ProTools (Bounce new mix files in PT and Combine that with the orginal in Wave Agent later. The problem is that the editors want the tracks in a specific order that I can´t seem to be able to change, making the files in wave agent. Although the option seems to be there, the order always stays the same. So I guess my questions are: Has anyone had to do this as well? Can you guys think of any other programs that could do this without wiping out track names and other metadata? Thanks you! Björn Viktorsson.
  6. Free room tone generator

    I threw this together to accompany my Producing Great Sound book. It uses convolution modeling to create random room tone. Load a clean, breath- and noise-free sample from the production track (15 frames or so). The sample isn't repeated, just used as a model for timbre. So the output doesn't sound looped. I've used this (or a similar process) on a bunch of projects over the past year or two. Sounds fine, even in a theatrical mix. Free, open source VST or AU plug-in. Runs in Macs only, and requires you load the free open-source SonicBirth first. Full instructions with the download. More info and download links at GreatSound.info/roomtone Comments and modifications welcome.
  7. OMF / Importing Location Audio

    Cross post from DUC - Hi All - Hoping some of the helpful folks here can help me wrap my head around an issue I'm up against. The Breakdown: Location: Working on a doc that has some unique qualities. 28 tracks of music (live performance) were recorded live - I fed a mono mix to the main camera during the shoot, I also received a mono mix of the Dx mixers tracks during the performance. Post: I was given an OMF from FCP 7 that has a stereo music guide track, with each "song" clip having been re-named by the editor (sequential numbers at the end of the file name - editor was also provided a stereo mix down of all 30 tracks to use to edit to - appears everything was cut and renamed during the edit). There is also some Dx from the live recording, but many VO have been added in additionally (along with some other music stuff). The Question: Is there any hope to use the field recorder workflow to get the 30 tracks of Mx or the 8 Dx tracks from the field recorder into this project from the OMF? The last few times I've used the field recorder workflow, I've ended up pulling in 100+ tracks for each "clip" in the timeline and have to go through manually and delete based off clip scene/take name. And unfortunately this isn't even an option in this case, as no meaningful metadata exists - everything has been renamed. So far I have been unsuccessful using the field recorder workflow to get this to work. Happy to provide more details as needed - hoping someone has some good news for me other than manually spotting all of my individual music and Dx tracks to the OMF. Many thanks for your time in reading this.
  8. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8PQ1vcTaoI
  9. Adobe Layers

    Has anyone heard of this software from Adobe? The demos sound too good to be true. I'm with Rainn Wilson, "I don't believe it." Mark O.
  10. Sound Reports and Reference Tone

    Hey guys, Just wondering which among you do sound reports manually with pen and paper or do them electronically with a laptop, iOS device, etc. (or who doesn't do them at all? I.E. OMB? Reality Shows? etc.) Also wondering how often you put a reference tone file (-20dBFS) in the daily folder for post? Is this still needed usually? Thanks Guys!
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