I have been asked to produce audio for a business. The audio will likely be a :30 second commercial for radio, although the client is also interested in me creating audio content for their website. Is there a freelance scale for audio production rates that either includes the costs of pre-production, production and post-production or breaks out individual charges for consulting, idea development, scriptwriting, narration, adding music and/or SFX and editing?
Audacity-filter : How do I merge three tracks together in Audacity when audio overlaps at the beginning and end of each track? I just need a seamless track! [more inside]
Is there a basic online DAW that my friend in another city and I can use to collaborate on music? We want to do an album in 24 hours, and we're looking for a site where we can upload parts of audio tracks we are working on and do basic editing on them. [more inside]
My friends and I are interested in recreating some radio plays in podcast form. We need a lot of information! [more inside]
Mp3tag-filter: Can the program fill empty Title fields with the Filename? [more inside]
Help me recreate this bizarre Xbox 360 music streaming glitch! [more inside]
Can anyone recommend a basic (and free) audio editing software program for Windows that is easier to use than Audacity? [more inside]
All-in-1 package for music editing that includes features like Auto-Tune and Melodyne? [more inside]
I have a mov file that I imported into GarageBand. It has male and female voices, and the sound of someone typing on a keyboard. How would I edit this keyboard sound out? FYI I know next to nothing about GarageBand, so keep it simple please.
How to transform song from CD version to "radio edit" version? [more inside]
OS X software for cutting, organizing and editing audio? [more inside]
What is the best audio editing workflow for making an instructional DVD? [more inside]
Okay, so how are people making those video remixes that are ever so popular right now? [more inside]
Challenging Video Editing question: If I wanted to take video from a multiple number of different sources (off DVD's or maybe Blue-Ray) and produce a single video from those sources (say each video has its own quarter of the screen), which editing tool(s) would be best to perform these tasks? Software must be PC. By best, I mean: * relatively simple to learn, * open source, or relatively inexpensive * produces good quality, quad-screen videos in high enough resolution to look good on typical home televisions, not just computer screens. *Makes it easy to add your own music tracks or soundtrack, or it can use audio from any of the 4 videos as well, preferably both.
I have a song I composed / recorded / etc. I'd like to make simple video by cutting together fragments of public-domain films with this song. I have a MacBook. How to get to point B? iMovie is crashing on every import. [more inside]
What's the deal with linux-rt? I know that it's Linux with realtime extensions, and that it's recommended for low-latency audio editing. I'm planning on doing some recording for a while (hopefully with something better than my built-in mic) and I'm wondering if apt-get install linux-rt will be more trouble than it's worth. [more inside]
I need new MIDI sequencing/editing software. Something as close to Logic as possible, given that I'm using a Windows PC at home. [more inside]
How do I edit audio in a MPEG1 without going through a video re-encode? [more inside]
I need to know how to do some exceedingly simple animation. Problem: I'm an idiot. [more inside]
At a recent lecture, I taped from the soundboard & from some microphones. I meant to record these to separate channels, but I accidentally left it in low quality mode - mono, 22khz. It sounds like video got thrown into the mix. Can I salvage the audio? [more inside]
Is there an easy way to remove the audio track from MPEG2 files? [more inside]
How do I convince VirtualDub to work on AVI's with MP3 audio? Alas, not too much [more inside]
I have a .wmv recording that I would like to edit. I just need to clip off the first 45 seconds and last 30 seconds. How can I do that?
What is the easiest way to split up a large audio file into shorter segments on Windows? [more inside]
does anyone know of a good audio editing program for the mac? [more inside]
Laptops (again). I want to buy one. Specifically, I want to know which laptop is the best for multi-track audio editing (and why). Aditionally, which software should I use if I want to create stories "pro" enough for radio journalism? Do I have to get pricey studio stuff? Finally, when people out there submit already-produced audio stories to say BBC, NPR, PRI, Pacifica . . . is there a simple way to send the files via email? What kind of file would it have to be?
How can I dump DVD audio to make it editable? I have looked everywhere for an accurate soundtrack of White Christmas however the closest one I've found had the songs recorded after the movie ran - and is not the exact same dubbing as used in the movie. [+] [more inside]
Audio editing on OSX: I have a 30 minute long .aiff file that I'd like to break into separate tracks and convert to mp3. I know that iTunes can handle the .aiff -> .mp3 conversion. Is there software that can do the 1 .aiff -> 6 .aiffs part? Or one that can do 1 .mp3 -> 6 .mp3s if I do the conversion first?
I watched Donnie Darko again recently and I thought it was a damn shame that Tortoise didn't do the soundtrack. I became ever-so-briefly obsessed with the idea of replacing some of the musical sequences with Tortoise music, but I wouldn't know how to do this without completely removing any sound effects and dialogue from those scenes. Is there a way for a non-audio-geek to separate these audio elements? Assume I'm starting with a DVD.