Effective Workflow Tactics for Remote Clients and Collaborators

Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Testing out Steinberg Cubase VST Connect and it remote recording capabilities with Veit Renn

Guest Contribution by Michael Schiciano Introduction The process of working on a collaborative process can be riddled with logistical headaches. Miscommunications, lack of clarity in project goals, last…

Read More

Gordon Hempton on Designing Rain and Thunderstorms

Monday, December 9, 2013

Gordon has followed up his last post on rain and thunder with a look at how to make use of those recordings. All around us we witness the…

Read More

The Dialog Re-Assign Workflow

Monday, November 25, 2013
02_Complete Setup

My first exposure to noise reduction processing was with Waves X-Noise, working clip-by-clip, finding a snippet of noise in the clear, setting the noise profile, then processing the…

Read More

Combating Noise in Plug-in Chains

Friday, November 22, 2013

This article is going to be a little less template, and a little more workflow. We all have our favorite plug-ins. We probably also all have plug-ins we’d…

Read More

Workflow And The Benefits of Templates

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Guest Contribution by Rob Warren. One of the most important aspects of audio production is the workflow. No matter which DAW you use, workflow is critical to creating…

Read More

Templates and Work-flow

Monday, November 4, 2013
Image by Michael Dales, used under the Creative Commons license

Another month come and gone! Time to move to start shifting to our next subject. If you’re anything like me, or that little Lego Man in the image…

Read More

Considerations for Creative Field Recording

Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Richard Gould 02

On developing your ear… I purchased my first field recorder in 2010. Ever since it’s become a vital tool in my sound design process. As a result, I…

Read More

Happy Accidents: Embracing the Unexpected

Monday, October 28, 2013

Allow me to share a story with you: It was the weekend before the holiday break. Our horror film shoot had been going on for a few days,…

Read More

Field Recording and Music

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

 Guest Contribution by Dan Lyth The story of the ‘bedroom producer’ recording music at home has been told often and I myself have happily been that character for…

Read More

Tips on Recording and Using Wind from Gordon Hempton

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

If you haven’t heard of Gordon Hempton before…aka The Soundtracker, documentary subject, author of One Square Inch of Silence, field recordist…we’ll be remedying that this week. We’ll be…

Read More