Tag Archives: Compressor

Logic Pro X 10.1 updates – for Video Post

22 Jan

So “over night” … “out of the bue” Logic Pro X got a major update. Quite a few more or less big or/and small things are new and/or better. Seems like the people at Apple really care about the product. For me Logic Pro X really is the best tool for the money even for Video Post Production, even tho’ its mostly a Music Production App. Its also really good for Video Postporduction and Sound Design.

logic-pro-x-macbook

Here are some of the new features that i think are quite interesting – especially for Video Postproduction:

– Redesigned Compressor plug-in features scalable, Retina-ready interface and 7 models including the new Classic VCA

Screen Shot 2015-01-22 at 18.32.54 Screen Shot 2015-01-22 at 18.33.01

newcompressor1

compressor_classiccva1

– Automation can now be part of a region, not just the track

automation

– Relative and Trim Automation modes extend the options for fine-tuning existing automation

– Realtime rendering of fades allow them to work with Flex Pitch and speeds up project load times

– Plug-in Manager allows to customize the organization of the plugin menu

PluginManager_01 customize “plugin folders”
PluginManager_02( and these customize “plugin folders” actually even show up in Logic Remote)
002_LM_plugins2

– addition of console-style VCA faders

– Logic can now import multichannel interleaved audio files and convert them to individual mono files

– When bouncing a project, the default name for the bounced file is now the project name

– A single click now inserts an EQ into the EQ slot of a channel strip

– Logic now supports 50, 5994d, 5994, 60 d and 60 fps frame rates

– There’s now a Track Protect button for the Movie track

– When Logic extracts audio from a movie file, it now creates a time-stamped Broadcast Wave file

– When a movie is added that is longer than the current project, the project is now automatically lengthened to accommodate it

– The movie now responds more accurately when scrubbing by frames with the Playhead

– Logic Control control surfaces are more reliably detected at launch

– When a region is copied at the same position from one track to another using the same channel strip, Logic no longer asks whether automation should be copied

– When automation is enabled for the first time in a project, the power buttons for track automation now default to On for each track

– It is again possible to drag and drop a movie from the Finder to the Movie track

– Importing an XML file with a different frame rate into Logic Pro no longer causes an unexpected SMPTE offset

And much much more…
Full List here:
http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203718


Logic Remote update

10947353_969195216424744_5711666957500883811_n

But especially the free Logic Remote (now Version 1.2) got some nice / big updates:

- New plug-in view provides access to Logic or Audio Unit plug-in parameters
– Use Multi-Touch gestures to shape the tone of your tracks with Visual EQ
004_LM_SmartEQ02
(even better compressor smart controls on the iPad now) 005_LM_SmartCOMP01 006_LM_SmartCOMP02

–  Remotely add or re-order plug-ins

002_LM_plugins0 002_LM_plugins1 002_LM_plugins2

- Control the microphone and other input settings for compatible audio interfaces

001_LM_input 003_LM_sends

More about it here:
itunes.apple.com

In my opinion its a great update to the whole Logic Pro X system. I’ll will have a closer look at it in the next few days and use it in some real work audio post production for video project and keep you updated how its goes and how it all works not only on “paper” but in real life.

And also remember here is way Logic Pro X is a great app especially for Final Cut Pro X users:

Video

Audio Basics for Podcasts – PART 3: Basic editing

18 Jun

So now this is the (for now final) part 3:

I just want to show you some basic ideas in terms of audio editing. This its just a quick overview, you might have your own style and way to do things. Also your application might have different Tools. But this is just a “reminder” so to say of what might be essential to get good edits. Now, i’m usually a bit better, faster & more precise at this kind of editing but i really just wanted you to show some “hints” so you can start to get stuff done or might think about your workflow and stuff.

If you have any question, let me know … I’ll make sure to get back to you or even make another tutorial to answer your question.
Also here is the Link to the Blogpost from Vashi Nedomansky about 5 Audio EQ Tips for Filmmakers:
http://vashivisuals.com/5-eq-audio-for-video-tips-for-filmmakers/

HD to SD DVD – a “secret” Workflow

8 Jun

Well … most of us have the same problem, whilst shooting HD we still deliver most of the time for / on DVD … so what about our “secret” workflow to make a good looking DVD for a client….

read more

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 3,629 other followers