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Apple Pro Training Series: Sound Editing in Final Cut Studio [Paperback]

Jeff Sobel

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Sept. 4 2009 0321647483 978-0321647481 1
Audio producer Jeff Sobel is your guide to the only professional audio post-production application designed specifically for the Final Cut editor: Soundtrack Pro 3. Working seamlessly between Final Cut Pro and Soundtrack Pro, you’ll master audio restoration and clean-up, build and edit multitrack projects, record and edit voice-overs and narration, and experiment with advanced mixing and effects.

Using footage from the hit TNT show Leverage and the gorgeous HD documentary OneSixRight, this step-by-step, Apple-certified guide starts with sound editing and mixing basics in Final Cut Pro, and moves on to the fine points of fixing audio files, working with the frequency spectrum, recording and editing dialogue, and spotting sound effects in Soundtrack Pro. Finally, you'll score a sophisticated multitrack montage sequence, and mix and conform it to professional standards. Whether you're a seasoned editor or just getting started, this book shows you how to use Final Cut Studio as an integrated package to produce superb audio and sound design.

  • DVD-ROM includes lesson and media files
  •  Focused lessons take you step by step through real-world projects
  •  Accessible writing style puts expert instructors at your side
  •  Ample illustrations help you master techniques fast
  •  Lesson goals and time estimates help you plan your time
  •  Chapter review questions summarize what you’ve learned and help you prepare for the Apple Pro certification exam



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About the Author

Jeff Sobel is a veteran sound engineer and video producer. He has  produced numerous albums for indie artists in a variety of genres and  handled audio postproduction for feature-length films. As the chief  engineer of the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus, Jeff designed the  bus studios and continues to be responsible for its technical  direction. An Apple Certified Trainer, Jeff has taught Final Cut Pro,  Logic Pro, and Digidesign Pro Tools. He is currently a freelance audio/ video producer, consultant, and educator living in Los Angeles.

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Amazon.com: 3.8 out of 5 stars  6 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Apple Pro Training books are THE BEST for learning on your own! Oct. 14 2013
By Me - Published on Amazon.com
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Covers every aspect for editing sound, GREAT BOOK!. The Apple Pro Training series books are THE BEST for self education.
5.0 out of 5 stars great book Dec 4 2012
By solexa - Published on Amazon.com
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great book if you do the lessons, I only wish it was a little easier to navigate when looking for a specific function to apply to editing (to use as a reference text).
2.0 out of 5 stars Not much good with enclosed DVD that won't fully load May 29 2012
By Canada John - Published on Amazon.com
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Was looking forward to tackling "Sound Editing in Final Cut Studio" Peachpit Press' book by Jeff Sobel but didn't get far. First task is to install the information and media files on the accompanying DVD. I tried (several times) but always get the message: "The Finder can't complete the operation because some data in 'The Blind Date.mov' can't be read or written (error code-36)" I've just written the publishers. Hopefully they'll send me a preplacement DVD or show me how I can download the missing file (1.02 GB in size). If they do I'll accept their apology and the inconvenience, if they don't Amazon gets the book and DVD back and I'll look to places other than Peachpit in the future.
5.0 out of 5 stars Learning is easy May 19 2012
By Gus Prado - Published on Amazon.com
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This series of book are incredibly helpful in understanding Final Cut, I highly recommend using these books if you can't afford a zillion bucks on the training courses.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not all books in this series are equal Nov. 6 2012
By Larry the Camera Guy - Published on Amazon.com
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After finishing the Final Cut Pro 7 book by Diana Weynand in the Apple Pro Training Series, I was very excited about continuing the series. Her book was extremely well written, made absolute sense, had practical practice exercises, contained review questions that you could imagine on a certification test and was accurate (editing, steps in right order, etc.). Unfortunately, this Sound Editing in Final Cut Studio book by Jeff Sobel was almost the exact opposite. The book is very frustrating. Poorly written, no explanation as to why many things are done a certain way, random exercises that often end in the middle leaving the reader to figure the rest out on his own, steps that are out of order in one exercise (making it impossible to do in that order) and then the steps in the right order in the next exercise, random review questions that appear to be just picking something on a page and making a question out of it. Very disappointing book in the series.

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