Archive for the ‘How To Improve In 5 Minutes’ Category

Manipulator by Polyverse Music is a pretty useful tool when it comes to do creative voice and vocoder effects. In this quick benztown tutorial, Jan shows you how to manipulate an ID.

The Benztown Tutorial Series continues! This week Alex shows some magic tricks again: Using a vocoder like Vocal Synth, to match IDs to music and add tonal accents!

Reverbs are a great tool to create transitions or “false endings”. It’s also a common used mix tool in music production. But used on VO tracks I recommend to add it in moderation, as this helps to sit your VO better in the mix and ensures audibility.

You need a ramploop, but there’s no instrumental part at the beginning of the track? In this super short post, Alex shows you a great trick how to remix and create the intro of a branding with a full vocal part.

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.

I want to give heads up to an article we did in the past, which is worth being mentioned once again: Region List Shortcuts in Pro Tools. But this time including a tutorial video! If you are working a lot with the Region List, and I guess many of you do so, these will definitely fasten your workflow. Here’s the […]

Summer is almost there! And guess who’s your perfect studio mate for this summer: right, Studio One! Today the Studio One squad shares a feature with you which makes Studio One stand out beside other DAWs! Nice curves!

While being in NYC and inhale the mixture of pulsing and  innovative and on the other end aged and outdated I though a lot about how our job has evolved over the last years and what dramatical changes we went through. Not just from an industry stand point, but also from a pure practical work perspective. […]

  Our job is all about sound and audio. Our tools are not only computers and plugins, but ears. And if you know how to interpret the audio in front of you and how to treat it right, half of the job is done. So training your ears comes with experience and time, but you can […]

I’m sure you already noticed, we didn’t feature a lot of Pro Tools MIDI tricks in the past – because in daily Imaging business playing synths or working with MIDI FX does not happen that often (besides Vocoder stuff). But time by time composing in Pro Tools can be inspirational for Imaging too. So let’t shuffle up […]