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Ryan Frias

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March 22nd 2015
24 Posts
Audio Interface recommendations
by John Bauwens 4 years ago
Hey all, So I primarily do video and FX, but we often end up recording voiceovers or small music sets. I have been using an old MBox 2, but it's limited and I am looking to upgrade to a newer board an
Re: Audio Interface recommendations
by Ryan Frias 4 years ago
Hi John, I've always been a fan of MOTU's audio interfaces and I'm hoping to pick up one of their new AVB audio interfaces in the near future. They are workhorses, highly flexible, durable, and will l
Any filters worth trying to try and improve blown out audio? I know it's a mostly lost cause.....but anything lipstick for the pig?
by Noam Osband 4 years ago
I was recording an organ grinder, and unbeknownst to me the mic was too hot. The audio is blown out. I want to try and use it though. I know I can't change the fundamental fact it's blown out...but th
Re: Any filters worth trying to try and improve blown out audio? I know it's a mostly lost cause.....but anything lipstick for the pig?
by Ryan Frias 4 years ago
That's great you find someone that has iZotope. Here's a tutorial on what you need to do: https: www.youtube.com watch v=NkcBa5gAYww
Audio wrapper/format
by David Smooth 4 years ago
What is your preferred choice of .wav, .aiff or .mp3
Re: Audio wrapper/format
by Ryan Frias 4 years ago
It is usually wav. 48kHz for film post and 44.1kHz for music.
AAF exporting and importing using Automatic Duck (or anything that will work)
by Jimmy See 5 years ago
I've been attempting recently to send edits to sound for mixing. It's not something I've had to do often and the last times I have, I believe the sound department used Pro tools. In my first experienc
Re: Can you please advise? - AAF exporting and importing using Automatic Duck (or anything that will work)
by Ryan Frias 4 years ago
Hi Michelle, Your music editor can export multiple AIF WAV files of their music edit so you can import these into FCP. If each music cue is a different file or "checkerboarded" between two files, then
FCP X to ProTools via DaVinci Resolve 12?
by Neil Sadwelkar 4 years ago
I haven't tried this yet, but amongst the the new features in Resolve 12, I came across this 'export to ProTools'. So could one export an FCP X timeline to Resolve 12 and export to ProTools For free,
Re: FCP X to ProTools via DaVinci Resolve 12?
by Ryan Frias 4 years ago
I would go the X2Pro route. Believe me, the audio folks would appreciate it as it preserves much needed metadata! They've made a bunch of improvements to X2Pro and I've been able to handle their AAFs
Retrieving orginal sound file names?
by Joe Riggs 4 years ago
Sunk original audio (file named by take) with video file. Merged the clip and the audio file now takes on the video file name. Edited the film. Now the Post house, needs the original audio file names
Re: Retrieving orginal sound file names?
by Ryan Frias 4 years ago
I think I responded to this same post on DVXUser but will copy and paste my response below..... For Final Cut Pro Yes: http: mobi.creativecow.net thread 8 1156940 I've sent this link out to so many pi
audio out of sync after speed up video and maintain audio pitch
by Jesse Ng 4 years ago
hello, I'm editing a long video and I want speed up it, when I speed up without maintain audio pitch the audio is sync but the voice like cartoon character so that I try checking maintain the audio pi
Re: audio out of sync after speed up video and maintain audio pitch
by Ryan Frias 4 years ago
I would expect those results actually and to me that is normal. However, if you have access to a Pro Tools machine, you can use the X Form plugin to address this. I've done this exact thing extensivel
question - sound on right chanel, duplicate
by Suzin Daly 4 years ago
I only have sound on the right channel - Is there a way to duplicate the right channel onto the left channel.
Re: question - sound on right chanel, duplicate
by Ryan Frias 4 years ago
Does Premiere let you pan the right channel to the Center
Audio problem
by Matt O'Brien 4 years ago
I shot some footage with my Canon 5D Mark II while the connection for external mics was broken. It resulted in bad audio that sounds really tingy, trebly. When I recorded with a lav mic, it gave me on
Re: Audio problem
by Ryan Frias 4 years ago
Your example didn't open up for me, but I think I know what you're referring to. Is there any chance you can ADR loop the line Does your project allow that
Edit Change List
by Nick Robbins 4 years ago
Is there a method for creating an Edit Change List in Premiere CC 2015 If not this particular program, does anyone know of a method that is platform agnostic
Re: Edit Change List
by Ryan Frias 4 years ago
Are you sending the change list off to a sound department If so, they can use flattened video EDLs (one from the old seq and one from the new) to generate their own change list and assist with the con
Exporting video with 8 channel audio file
by Jess Raymond 4 years ago
Hi, I've been recently given these specifications for my video format. I have no problems with the video component, however I'm stuck on what to do for the audio. Could anyone please give me some advi
Re: Exporting video with 8 channel audio file
by Ryan Frias 4 years ago
Hi Jess, In order to meet their spec for -24 LKFS, which to me sounds like you're trying to hit a broadcast specification ( ), you would need to have proper metering plugins as well as proper 5.1 moni
How to add audio effect sounds like water flooding ears muffled ?
by Rosie Walunas 4 years ago
Anyone know how to add an audio effect that makes the track sound like water is flooding the ears and things are becoming muffled I know how to keyframe it, but not sure what effect would achieve this
Re: How to add audio effect sounds like water flooding ears muffled ?
by Ryan Frias 4 years ago
I've been able to achieve that effect with a low pass EQ filter and reverb (set to small room or a "car" program) without any issues. I've done many scenes like that where there's a party on the other
PP crashes on OMF export
by paolo mugnaini 4 years ago
HI All, I am trying to export audio for protools as OMF. I have tried ALL combinations but I get this error message s it crashes. screenshot2015-07-23at10.33.36pm.png I have not being able to fins a s
Re: PP crashes on OMF export
by Ryan Frias 4 years ago
Have you tried to export an AAF
Removing 'tinny' sound after using noise reduction in Audition CS 6
by Michael West 4 years ago
Good morning: I followed a tutorial about using the Noise Reduction filter in Audition CS 6 to remove background noise from an interview. It worked wonderfully, except, even after playing with the set
Re: Removing 'tinny' sound after using noise reduction in Audition CS 6
by Ryan Frias 4 years ago
Did the recording have more base before you started the noise reduction process If so, you might've went to far with the processing. You can try to throw some EQ on the low end to get what you're afte
Exporting AAF from FCP7 using Automatic Duck - QUICK QUESTION
by Michelle Kaufer 4 years ago
Hi All, I need to export only certain sections of my timeline into an AAF - is there a way to tell Automatic Duck to only export these sections I set an In and Out but it still exports the entire time
Re: Exporting AAF from FCP7 using Automatic Duck - QUICK QUESTION
by Ryan Frias 4 years ago
I honestly can't remember. You can send me test AAFs if you want to try to see if it still exports disabled clips. And yes I do recommend deleting disabled clips. It might do more harm than good
Exporting AAF from FCP7
by Milo Hewitt 4 years ago
Hey, I need to export an AAF audio file from FCP7, is this possible I've tried to find the Automatic Duck software but its all gone, can anyone help me
Re: Exporting AAF from FCP7
by Ryan Frias 4 years ago
If you can't find Automatic Duck, then you can give the post sound department an audio EDL, which FCP exports natively, for only the dialogue tracks. They should know how to assemble the dialogue trac
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Audio bleed issue after using Voice Leveler in Audition
by Edward Holpfer 4 years ago
Hey all, I'm new to using Audition to edit my podcasts and ran into an issue with mic bleed after using the Voice Leveler. The podcast has 4 people sitting around a 6' table, each with their own Heil
Re: Audio bleed issue after using Voice Leveler in Audition
by Ryan Frias 4 years ago
You can use an Expander, but it's cleaner to do basic dialogue editing and only keep one mic track playing at once, which means you'll need to use roomtone to bridge between channels tracks.
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