Audio Video Production
Just wondering if you guys use the auto save function in your daw. I previously haven't but am considering it for the new setup.
If you are using it, how often do you have it save a backup?
Alsp how many backups do have have it set to store, before it overwrites the oldest one?
I was thinking about setting it to backup every 10 or 15 minutes, and save my last 100 backups.
Curious what others are doing.
We have a conference coming up next week for all of our senior staff and directors.
How much does this apply today?
In the last year every single audio recording I have done, has been as background music for video clients. After decades of recording music for artists to release this has been a big change for me. I've learned a few things that I believe can help others who need to make music for video, from maximizing time and value of the created music, to creating moments that give videographers great places to put in video transitions.
I'd love to hear from others that need to create music for video and learn what you are doing.
Run & Gun audio when making video is very different than working in a recording studio
Its been way too long since I've been here. The new forum looks great. I have settled in to my new business of creating videos for clients and my business needs to become a client as well:) So I've started a youtube channel about all nerd things video👍
The first video I put out is here. I'd love to hear what others are doing to get good audio when making videos. It is such a different world than the recording studio.
Greetings. I'm looking for a filter or tool that can remove the music from a live video source (e.g., a NASA broadcast), while leaving the voices and non-musical noises. It doesn't have to be perfect, but it needs to remove/mute enough of the music to avoid triggering YouTube's copyright detection, and not mess up the voices too much. To be clear: I'm not trying to circumvent copyright rules. I'm trying to remove potentially-copyrighted incidental background music from an otherwise copyright-free broadcast. This is my "holy grail".
Here is a link to teaser for a mini documentary that I finished for a client (The town where I live and run my business in). I'll share the full mini-doc when it is released Tuesday. There were several audio challenges. The mini-doc gave three musicians employment and my consulting company work. I will be making about 50 mini documentaries this year and the musicians I work with will get a ton of work from it. Companies, governments and non profits all need to tell their stories. Musicians help tell the story.
I am recently retired (mostly) and living in a rural community in Nova Scotia. We have/had a very active arts scene that punched far above our demographic, drawing audiences from ~150kms. All indoor venues are small (50~200 seats) but manage a few outdoor festivals each year that attract 500~5,000. Being the solo tech guy, and supplying all of the gear, I try to promote as many shows as I can while walking the technical and financial tightrope.
My retirement plan is to only promote and tech shows that bring me more joy than grief. Good luck with that.
My top 3 myths are:
1. All you need is a smartphone and you can make awesome videos.