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fredjeang2

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Chris Sanderson audio setup?
« on: December 18, 2017, 03:20:42 PM »

I like Chris audio masters for his videos.
I'd like to know more about his prod audio setup
As well as the post area.
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Re: Chris Sanderson audio setup?
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2017, 03:36:08 PM »

Ahhh Fred - a compliment will get you a reply!

Tran lavalier mics for voice
Record to Zoom recorder at 48kHz
Export full voice synched master from NLE to Adobe Audition
Cleanup pops, ums, ers , clicks and weird mouth noises ))
Suppress any over modulated wild noise (Kevin's synch claps)
Normalize levels of each track to -0.1 db
Apply warming curve to voices through a custom Parametric equalizer
Apply light compression through custom Multiband Compressor
Multi track mix to balance voices
Export mix as AIFF back to NLE
Picture edit begins with fully mixed voice track. Occasionally I go back to re-sweeten a section that is bad

Audio work = 50% of edit time
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Re: Chris Sanderson audio setup?
« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2017, 03:59:54 PM »

Ahhh Fred - a compliment will get you a reply!

Tran lavalier mics for voice
Record to Zoom recorder at 48kHz
Export full voice synched master from NLE to Adobe Audition
Cleanup pops, ums, ers , clicks and weird mouth noises ))u
Suppress any over modulated wild noise (Kevin's synch claps)
Normalize levels of each track to -0.1 db
Apply warming curve to voices through a custom Parametric equalizer
Apply light compression through custom Multiband Compressor
Multi track mix to balance voices
Export mix as AIFF back to NLE
Picture edit begins with fully mixed voice track. Occasionally I go back to re-sweeten a section that is bad

Audio work = 50% of edit time
Many thanks Chris.
Very usefull indeed.
Ahhh...I still have an Adobe Audition (from the Eon age). A good software
I must say.
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