Whether you’re comping a vocal track, restoring an old recording, working with dialogue or sound effects for film, or imposing your own vision with mash-ups or remixes, audio editing is a key skill to successful sound production. Digital Audio Editing gives you the techniques, from the simplest corrective editing like cutting, copying, and pasting to more complex creative editing, such as beat mapping and time-stretching.
You’ll be able to avoid unnatural-sounding pitch correction and understand the potential pitfalls you face when restoring classic tracks. Author Simon Langford invites you to see editing with his wide-angle view, putting this skill into a broad context that will inform your choices even as you more skillfully manipulate sound. Focusing on techniques applicable to any digital audio workstation, it includes break-outs giving specific keystrokes and instruction in several popular DAWs, including Studio One. The companion websites include tutorials in all four software packages to help you immediately apply the broad skills from the book.
Hey there, we just wrapped up a couple videos on the new StudioLive AI digital mixers. In these, Rick shows you how to set up a monitor mix or aux mix on the StudioLive. This is great for setting up floor wedge monitors or headphone mixes. Video #2 showcases how you can set up your levels. It’s easy!
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John DeNosky spoke at PreSonuSphere 2013, sharing his insights on one of the most powerful features integrated into Studio One Professional: Celemony Melodyne. Melodyne allows for subtle-to-extreme pitch correction… but that’s not all! Learn some advanced Melodyne trickery in this great talk.
We lost a good one. Robert Levin passed away on November 25. Robert was literally raised in his dad’s music store, Chuck Levin’s Washington Music Center, and grew to eventually run the family business along with his siblings. In doing so, they maintained dad’s well-deserved twin legacies of impeccable customer service and good ol’ hard work. Before Robert’s passing, the torch was passed to his son, Adam, who share responsibilities with his siblings; Alan and Abbe. This brings Chuck Levin’s Washington Music Center into its third generation as a family business.
Rick Naqvi recalls, “Robert was one of PreSonus’ earliest dealers, when we introduced our first product, the DCP-8. From that point forward he always offered us words of advice and encouragement in his most recognizable style as we went forward to become great business partners. Robert was one of the unique personalities in our industry, and we cherished his many contributions and of course his friendship.”
We’ll miss you, Robert. Please take a moment here with Rick to raise a glass to our departed friend.
In lieu of flowers, the Levin family has requested that donations be made to the Lung Cancer Research Foundation. If you have fond memories of Robert, as many of us do, you are welcome and encouraged to post them here.