1. Melodyne tutorial: De-essing and handling of consonants

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    from Celemony Software Added

    When you are tuning vocals with Melodyne, it's a good idea to leave out the consonants. You'll find that doing so gets even more natural sounding results. Here is how to do it. More Melodyne videos: http://www.celemony.com/id/videos

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    • SIBILANCE - VOICE / SOUND RECORDING - By Linden Hudson

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      from Linden Hudson Added 207 0 0

      Linden Hudson is a pro sound engineer for video production (decades of experience). Linden once wrote a song on the ZZ Top "Eliminator" album, story at: lindenhudson.com/fa See Linden's other tutorials at: lindenhudson.com/tu This tutorial discusses more than one way to deal with sibilance on a voice or vocal audio track. USA

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      • SPL Classic De-Esser - Introduction EN (2012-03-15)

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        from Plugin Alliance Added 4,648 3 0

        The SPL De-Esser is a unique approach and undoubted the best analog De-Esser out there. See what the new plugin is all about.

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        • Tascam TA-1VP

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          from B&H Photo Video Added 542 1 0

          In this video we check out the TA-1VP which offers Auto-Tune and mic modeling from Antares along with compression, de-essing, eq, and more. Tascam TA-1VP http://bit.ly/tascamta1vp

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          • Elastic Audio in pro tools 8 - 9 Tutorial HD

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            from Australian Institute of Music Added 327 1 0

            http://www.aim.edu.au/ In this tutorial, Jason de wilde demonstrates how to use the power of ProTools 8 - Elastic Audio. Elastic Audio allows you to easily change the tempo and timing of your sound files without cutting up your tracks. Here Jason uses Elastic Audio to fix "out-of-time" tracks. This kind of fix would have taken longer using the old Beat Detective or manual cut and nudge methods. Check out our Website, http://www.aim.edu.au/ Our Facebook Page, http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sydney-Australia/Australian-Institute-of-Music/153158306329?ref=mf Our Video Page, http://www.aim.edu.au/video/ Our Twitter, http://twitter.com/AIMsydney My Space, http://www.myspace.com/australianinstituteofmusic You Tube Channel, http://www.youtube.com/user/AimTvSydney

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            • Save a Copy in Pro Tools 8 Tutorial HD

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              from Australian Institute of Music Added 86 1 0

              Jason de Wilde Head of Audio at the Australian Institute of Music gives us another Pro Tools 8 tutorial this time on saving and copying files in Pro Tools 8. Ever wanted to save projects in different version of Pro Tools well here's how. Jason is a senior management professional with Australian and international experience in managing Audio and Creative Media educational facilities. He has been involved in audio education since 1989, and is a freelance music producer/engineer with a wealth of studio experience. He also specialises in recording live performances & has recorded concerts for Dave Matthews, Jack Johnson, John Butler Trio, Cat Empire and the Wailers. Jason commenced working for the Australian Institute of Music in 2009 as a lecturer specialising in recording techniques and digital audio workstations. He now heads the Audio Department of AIM, and is in charge of the studio facilities. Check out our website http://www.aim.edu.au/

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              • Quick and effective de-esser setup.

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                from Andrew Huang Added 7,692 10 4

                Demonstration of a simple but effective de-esser setup using Ableton Live, but this can be done in any recording software with an equalizer, sidechain compressor and internal track routing. The music video I mentioned: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3m9l5Zw7LxY Download a Live Set with this de-esser setup: http://andrewismusic.com/tutorials/091204.zip (9.9kb, requires Live 8.0.9 or higher)

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