Dan Laurie Editing For Ant Man
The Sound Supervising Editor behind some of Marvel Studios’ biggest blockbusters is the one rescuing superheroes—from the cutting-room floor.
From PBS Frontline to the FIFA World Cup, the award-winning engineer relies on the RX family of audio post production tools on every job.
RX 4 Saves Significant Resources
Industry-leading dialogue editor Max Hoskins estimates that RX can generate savings for TV and film editors in excess of 30% per episode.
How To Match Audio From Different Sound Sources
Trying to match the sound and EQ of two clips recorded in different environments can be challenging. Fortunately, the new EQ Match module—available only in RX 4 Advanced—can help!
How To Clean Up Your Guitar Sound After Recording
Undesired noises like amp buzz, string squeaks, and pick noise can distract from an otherwise flawless performance. Fortunately, with RX, you can fix these issues effectively and quickly, so you don’t have to throw out an otherwise perfect performance.
Using A Spectrogram To Identify Audio Problems
Learn how to use a spectrogram to identify and treat common audio problems like hum, buzz, clipping, and intermittent noises.
Learn how a spectrogram works, how to use a spectrogram to examine your audio file, and how to fine-tune the type of and amount of information presented in your spectrogram.
How To Fill Ambience Gaps In Dialogue
The new Ambience Match module, available only in RX 4 Advanced, lets you quickly and easily create custom ambience beds to fill the ambience gaps in dialogue.