Blind Abilities offers this, the third installment in their series: the Process Of Creating A Podcast. he demonstrates how he applies various effects to separate mono tracks, including eliminating “speak-overs” where two people speak at the same time, applying silence to quiet the gaps in between speaking, and applying Equalization to a single track to enhance the audio quality of the voice.
Join Pete as he continues to take us through his comprehensive process of creating and producing a podcast using Amadeus Pro, the multi-track recording and editing software for the Mac.
Included in this Part:
Editing and Applying Effects To Multiple Tracks
* Below is a list of Amadeus Pro Keyboard Commands used in this series:
– Move to next/Previous Marker – Option + Right/Left Arrow
– Extend Selection to Next/Previous Marker – Command + Right/Left Arrow
– Move to beginning/end of audio file – Option + Home/End
– Go To Location (determine and/or go to exact time location of audio file) – Command + G
– Move to Right Channel in single stereo track – Press Down Arrow key twice
– Move to Left channel in single stereo track – Press Up Arrow key twice
– Move between single tracks in a multi-track file – Press N, or VO + Up/Down Arrow
– Place Insertion Point – Command + P
– Play/Pause selected audio – Press spacebar
– Play from beginning of audio file – Press Tab key
– Advance/Reverse Play Back – Press Right/Left Arrow during play back
– Sample resulting audio after deletion is made – Press E
– Set Marker – Press P, or Command + Shift + M
– Delete Selected Audio – Press Backspace button at top right of keyboard
– Delete all tracks together in multi-track file – Option + Back space
– Listen to focused track in multi-track file – Shift + spacebar
– Save File – Press S
– Save As new file – Command + Shift + S
– Repeat last action – Command + T
– Undo Previous Action – Command Z
– Redo Undone Action – Command + Shift + Z
– Bounce Multi-track file to a new, single-track file – Command + Shift + F
– Fade-in – Command + Shift + Comma
– Fade-out – Command + Shift + Period
Stay tuned for Part 4 of this series where we will convert our two mono tracks to stereo, apply effects, and then bounce our two stereo tracks to a single stereo track.
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