It’s dawn in late fall. Your team has arrived in the countryside, ready to record vintage Rolls Royce sound effects.
One person waits at each end of the road, another is in the middle, and you’re driving the car. The four of you are armed with your own microphone and recorder. Then it dawns on you: how will you match up a full day’s worth of sound fx when you get back to the studio, later?
Last week’s article explored this issue. It examined recording sound effects with multiple, unlinked audio recorders. It shared why sync slates are important to help create a point of reference in your field recordings to help align all of these sound effects together later. Today shares the the next step: how to sync those sound fx after returning to the edit suite.
So, today I’ll share a quick tip for syncing and mastering multi-track field recordings in Pro Tools.
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