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Audio for Video with Pro Tools

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Chapter 1: Getting Started

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    Introduction (3:49)


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    Session Setup (8:47)


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    Session Template Overview (8:51)


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    Making a Template (9:46)


Chapter 2: Tracks and Tones

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    Tracks & Groups (9:48)


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    Reference Tone & Slate (9:05)


Chapter 3: Working with OMF

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    Importing an OMF (9:26)


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    Importing Video (6:00)


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    Organizing the OMF (6:30)


Chapter 4: Recording and Editing

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    Narration / VO (10:16)


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    On Camera Dialog (10:29)


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    Broadband Noise Reduction (6:03)


Chapter 5: Effects and Music

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    Effects & Sound Design (13:19)


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    Music Cues (9:35)


Chapter 6: Wrap it Up

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    The Mix (9:12)


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    The Layback (9:34)


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    Television Promos (11:54)


Victor Giordano has been working in pro audio for over 20 years and has written and mixed music / audio for NBC, MTV and FOX networks. Currently Victor freelances for Discovery Channel, ESPN and PBS and is excited to share his wealth of knowledge with you in this in-depth series.

This collection of tutorials is designed for the intermediate to advanced Pro Tools users who wants to start producing audio for video. Victor starts from the beginning and shows you how to make templates designed for video work as well as explains all the advanced routing and mixing techniques used to create layback tracks and mixing stems. He also shows you how to import and place effects to QuickTime video in Pro Tools as well as managing your sessions and creating the master files to give to the studio / networks and more.

If you want to get your feet wet in the vast audio for video industry, this series will show you the basics as well as more advanced tips and techniques. Get into the lucrative audio for video industry and checkout "Audio for Video with Pro Tools" today.


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captainnevada
Submitted 5 months ago

An Excellent and Informative Video Source for an Audio Post Production workflow!!

I learn exactly what I needed to get started on working on Sound for Video/Film & TV. The Pro Tools Version they use is older than mine, but that does NOT matter.

What you learn here is the basic DAW Tracks & Buss Workflow/Templet.

I came to Groove3.com because I bought "Izotope RX " and I got a All-Access subscription for free, But for less than $20 this one course is worth the $100 All-in access Pass!

Also I am not ad advert or have been paid for this!

So If you are wanting to learn how to set up your DAW to make mixing the Sound of your FILM or Video easier, smarter and professional....



Watch these videos!

I am a: Professional, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Sound for Film/TV, Pro Tools

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Sounds Mint
Submitted 1 year ago

Good overview

Coming to this having made music in PT and not much else, so far this feels like a concise overview of the essential for getting into sound for film.

I am a: Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Sound for Film/TV, Pro Tools

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1. When did you start dabbling in music?

I grew up in New York City listening to AM radio in the early / mid 60s. There was also a lot of gospel music at my family’s church and accapella groups in neighborhood storefronts. I got my first guitar and started lessons when I was 10 years old. It was a Harmony arch top. I think my parents rented it. After seeing The Beatles on TV in ’64, I started learning their songs and that was it!

2. What training have you had?

As far as recording, it was totally on the job. I was very fortunate to apprentice at Blue Seas Studios, a George Massenburg built facility near Baltimore MD. It featured George’s prototype parametric, programmable console, Sontec compressors and EQs plus lots of vintage tube mics. The facility had it’s own mastering lab and lathe as well as a record pressing plant. While I did have some formal music training, I consider myself “self taught”.

3. When did you get into recording?

About the same time I started playing music. My aunt gave me an old Webcor mono reel to reel. It had a built in amp and speaker. When I got my prized 62’ Gibson SG the Webcor became a guitar amp with great distortion! A few years later my friend and I got two Sony stereo decks and I started overdubbing.

4. People you have worked with/for?

The first day I walked into Blue Seas Studios I met Little Feat who were recording “Feats Don’t Fail Me Now”. At the same time they were working on Robert Palmer’s “Sneaking Sally Through The Alley” LP. Bonnie Raitt, Emmy Lou Harris, Van Dyke Parks and Earth Wind and Fire were just some of the artists that came through Blue Seas. Since starting in advertising, television and radio I have worked with some diverse folks, Johnny Cash, NRBQ, Cal Ripken and Walter Cronkite to name a few. As a staff composer for Bunim-Murray Productions in LA, I have written music cues for NBC, MTV and FOX networks. I am currently a freelance sound designer and mixer for The Discovery Channel and working with independent production companies that produce shows for ESPN and PBS.

5. Why are you so good at training people?

I love what I do and enjoy sharing my experience with people. Also, my wife and much of her family are teachers. I have had the benefit of seeing how they interact with their students. Making these videos has allowed me to evaluate what I do, organize and put the process into words.

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    Audio for Video with Pro Tools

    Learn all about producing audio for video with Pro Tools in this detailed series by pro audio / video veteran Victor Giordano. Learn the techniques and processes for recording and editing audio for video in Pro Tools, as well creative effects and mixing standards.

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Audio for Video with Pro Tools is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 3.5 out of 5 by from Good overview Coming to this having made music in PT and not much else, so far this feels like a concise overview of the essential for getting into sound for film.
Date published: 2017-03-11
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from An Excellent and Informative Video Source for an Audio Post Production workflow!! I learn exactly what I needed to get started on working on Sound for Video/Film & TV. The Pro Tools Version they use is older than mine, but that does NOT matter.

What you learn here is the basic DAW Tracks & Buss Workflow/Templet.

I came to Groove3.com because I bought "Izotope RX " and I got a All-Access subscription for free, But for less than $20 this one course is worth the $100 All-in access Pass!

Also I am not ad advert or have been paid for this!

So If you are wanting to learn how to set up your DAW to make mixing the Sound of your FILM or Video easier, smarter and professional....



Watch these videos!

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