7 Ways to Set Up Large Mixes With Lots of Scenes
Big Mixes are Nothing to Be Trifled With

7 Ways to Set Up Large Mixes With Lots of Scenes

  • Post author:
  • Post category:Mix

Recently on the Cinema Sound Forum we had a member ask about how to deal with large mixes and full-length media which has many scenes which all need different audio…

Continue Reading 7 Ways to Set Up Large Mixes With Lots of Scenes

Creating Mad Max Subharmonic Dialog with Waves Plugins

  • Post author:
  • Post category:Mix

In this video, Cinema Sound instructor, Mark Edward Lewis shows us how to recreate the Giant subharmonic dialog found in many Hollywood movies like "Mad Max" using Adobe Audition and…

Continue Reading Creating Mad Max Subharmonic Dialog with Waves Plugins

Distance-To-Camera Mixing with Lady Deadpool

  • Post author:
  • Post category:Mix

In this video, Cinema Sound instructor Mark Edward Lewis shows us how to create a simple Distance-to-Camera dialog mix using Waves Audio plugins in Adobe Audition. The ability to create…

Continue Reading Distance-To-Camera Mixing with Lady Deadpool
How To: Mastering Within Final Cut Pro X
A surprising site: mastering plugins in FCPX

How To: Mastering Within Final Cut Pro X

  • Post author:
  • Post category:Mix

I have certainly panned Final Cut Pro X as one of the most difficult to use Non-Linear Editors with respect to audio. I've gone so far as to say you…

Continue Reading How To: Mastering Within Final Cut Pro X

The Mixing Tweeze: Donuts Sequence

  • Post author:
  • Post category:EditMix

For the purposes of Cinema Sound education, we shot five short films for the Pro Members Education. These consisted of an action sequence, a scene on the beach, a scene…

Continue Reading The Mixing Tweeze: Donuts Sequence
×

Cart