What a week. Finally, Summer in the city!

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In the last Fiver Friday I gave a heads up to some techniques for using Shaperbox. These can be used to manipulate instrumentals or musicbeds to increase audibility. These 1min videos are easy and fast to understand. I tested three of them for radio imaging benefits.

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Another Summer Imaging week insanity. So much awesome new discoveries.

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You know fabfilter. And they are doing cool stuff like their EQ and compressor. The newest addition to their catalogue is a reverb. The first look was nice, but I wanted to know how it sounds.

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Friday again! Lets get into it!

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It is just a few weeks away, but feels like ages already. I had such a great time with Brad and Sidey and their performance at Iron Imager were just stunning!
Brad is now back home –  in real life after partying in LA, winning Iron imager and of course an awesome trip to South East Asia with his mates.

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So, back from Asia for a week now and of course I miss the best Dim Sum in the world :)… and even more how kind people are!
Lets jump right into the goods !

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Naming files is essential to keep track of them and stay organized. It gets even more important when actually creating content and files. In our case this could be cutting VO and naming them.

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Unbelievable, we are getting closer to FF #100!

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Working with session templates is a way to maximize your output without setting up tracks and routing every time you want to produce a new piece. So it’s an essential way to go. But theoretically this means that every material has always to be equal. At the practical side of things, this is not possible though. Your VO talent for example is not a machine: there is a natural variation, which can’t be covered by template settings.
So there is a possibility that your mix sounds harsh or muddy, even if you painfully set up the original template. We just found a plugin by oeksound which might be a saver in this case.

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