Soundtrack Pro 101
Core Soundtrack Pro 2
Genre: Audio
  • 78 Videos
  • 2h 52m
Video is two-thirds audio ... thankfully, Final Cut Studio 2 includes Soundtrack Pro! Learn pro audio postproduction tips and tricks in this 4 hour tutorial-video series!
Apple's original courseware author for Logic Studio, Soundtrack Pro, & DVD Studio Pro, Martin Sitter is a best-selling technical writer, and the founder of!
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It was once famously said that Soundtrack Pro is the only Final Cut Studio application that will truely bring a smile to a grown man's face (yes, women like it too!). The reason for this is simple - soundtrack pro makes it easy to realize your musical vision. Using nothing but the gigabytes of apple loops, effects, and musical beds that come with Soundtrack Pro, you can quickly make songs that would sound just as good on the radio as they do in your video projects.

But Soundtrack Pro 2 is more than just a fun audio tool - it's a full featured audio post production application that has been created from the ground-up to help video editors create, clean, and master great soundtracks for their video productions. In this tutorial series, you will learn how to integrate Soundtrack Pro 2 into your Final Cut Pro workflow to create perfect audio, every time.

Important topics covered include removing noise from audio recorded on a camcorder, restorning poorly recorded audio. You'll also learn how to record, mix, and edit audio to make dynamic and engaging soundtracks for your video productions. Whether you're a video producer looking to make your productions sound great, or an audio engineer moving into the professional post production market, this tutorial series gives you the tools you need to make your musical vision a reality.
Section 1: Workspace Overview
Section 2: Using Apple Loops
Section 3: Working with Audio
Section 4: Using DSP Effects
Section 5: Automation Envelopes
Section 6: Recording Vocals
Section 7: Multitake Recording
Section 8: Saving & Cross Fading
Section 9: Reducing Noise
Section 10: Frequency Spectrum View
Section 11: Audio Restoration
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