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Keith BradleySoundbooth for a short film
by on May 4, 2009 at 7:51:58 pm

I'm editing an 18 minute film in Avid with approx 6 tracks of audio.
I was considering using SB (my only audio program) to do the sound edit/mix. Just wondering if anyone has done something similar and what your experiences were. For example, is SB best suited for small stuff like clip repair versus a full-on multitrack.
Keith Bradley
CBC Halifax
Post Production Editor

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Derrick van NiekerkRe: Soundbooth for a short film
by on May 5, 2009 at 3:22:34 pm

Hi there,

soundbooth CS4 added the whole multitrack enviroment. It works really well with Premiere CS4, but it's gonna be more work with Avid.

It also has a descent tool set. It's not audition, but it will handle most situations. (meaning if your audio does not have major issues, you'll be fine).

- Derrick

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Keith BradleyRe: Soundbooth for a short film
by on May 5, 2009 at 4:57:32 pm

I really like Soundbooth, just did a commercial with it and the effects are great but I guess what I should be using is Pro Tools with Avid. Still, that noise remover is gonna come in real handy.

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Joel EvansRe: Soundbooth for a short film
by on Jul 14, 2012 at 12:01:59 am

Obviously I am a newbie, I realize this is an older thread. I have just downloaded audition cs6 and decided i needed to read all I can before I start experiementing with the program.

I read in the prior thread about shooting a commericial, my "dumb question" is do you use one microphone or is there a way to use multi microphones on multi tracks.

Sorry for the dumb question.
Thank you in advance for any help given.

Thank you for taking the time to post.

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