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The Video Editor's Guide to Soundtrack Pro by Paul Lee, Sam McGuire

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9MIXING

In the type of projects you’ll probably be working on in Soundtrack, there are two normal experiences. The first is that you will edit and mix as you go along, ending up with a finished project. The second is split into more defined sections, starting with editing, passing through mixing, and ending with the final deliverables. You may have even done a lot of the work while still in Final Cut, only passing the audio into Soundtrack for finishing. No matter which process you follow, the mixing capabilities of Soundtrack are a huge asset towards creating a high quality final audio track in an efficient manner. What this chapter is not going to cover is the process of mixing full-length feature films in the ‘Hollywood’ tradition. Soundtrack ...

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