Your lecture on spectral editing @ you tube is out standing.
Where can I get more on such item.
Thank you! I’ve got a few spectral videos on my Vimeo site. If you’ve got requests, I’m all ears. I’ve got a few that I’m already planning on doing (removing wind noise, and another general explanation of working in spectral frequency display) but let me know. Best–JL
Thanks for u r prompt reply.
I am interested for u r tutorials as stated.
You did a great presentation for our MOTION graphics group in Austin about a year ago and mentioned the Adobe educational programs. I am a technology teacher for an after school program -teach over 400 students a year (see my e-mail address) . Who would I talk to?
Also any websites that answer questions about recording audio for video on portable digital recorders? ( ex:Tascam DR-100)
PS: You also asked about Austin bands, I am going to see my fav band- “The Coffee Sergeants” tonight (www.coffeesergeants.com). They remind me of the if you mixed Sgt. Peppers-Beatles with XTC (the band).
Hi Jason, oops, Mr. Levine. I say Jason because you have spent many many hours at my house, but this is the first time I’ve been to yours, hi.
I use Audition as a portable recording studio for recording live bands to put with my videos. I use a Tascam D-40 and plug that in to my laptop and record with Audition as well. I don’t know if it was intended for this but it works great. I can see the wave pattern and adjust appropriately. I am quite sure you could do a better job at setup in Audition than me. The main problem is that it’s so loud, as you know. If you have any tips or suggestions, I’m all ears.
I would also like to say THANK YOU for all your help. If you could find it in your heart and find the time you could stop by my Facebook page and give me a like. Rufus did and it was the best day of my production career. I bought a Nikon D7000 (youa Nikon fan too, yay!) and Adobe Master Collection CS5.5 about 1.5 years ago, locked myself in the office and now I am a small production/graphics company. Thank you, thank you very much for helping my dreams come true!!!
“Art is an endless world of creativity. You are only limited by the sight of your mind’s eye”. Joe B. 2012
Hi kamaroszadicojai, what are the chances of two people from Mobile meeting up here? That is if umobile is University of Mobile, you didn’t put .org on the end.
U r tutorial about change of bit rate is outstanding.
Can u pl suggest some tips as how to determine correct values of various parameters under ampli. stat. of individual traks in CS6 before mastering.
I replied to this is the ‘Coverting Audio Files’ post.
Your tutorials are awesome. I’m working on editing a documentary and I’ve been focusing on removing background noise from interviews. The main problem I continue to have is that once I remove background noise from someone’s interview, their voice then sounds echo-y and some artifacts pop up as well. Any advice you may have would be incredibly helpful.
Hey Leah. The echoey artifacts you’re hearing are likely from applying too much reduction and/or too little spectral decay. Additionally, capturing a really precise noise profile (ie, only selecting noise from the frequencies where it’s actually present) will result in less echoey/boxey/robotic/metallic sounding results. I’ve got a few tutes out there on NR, but they’re from a few versions back (though the concepts are still the same).
Noise/Hum Removal in Adobe Audition 3
I’m thinking of updating these soon. Hope this helps, and thanks for the kind words! Best,–JL
Thanks a lot Jason!
Jason: Excellent presentation last night at the Premiere Pro User group meeting in Washington, DC. You gave us more than just the pitch for Creative Cloud, you provided an excellent quick view of all the software that makes Premiere so versatile (plus the ability to still send to FCP7).
I completed the survey and downloaded the the song Sabi Sabi. Thanks for not only being a great Adobe Evangelist (ask Julieanne Kost about “Evangelist” when I interviewed her last March at Photoshop World in DC) but for sharing your music website. When you are in the DC area again, I hope we can snag you for an interview on our television show — Picture This. Sorry you missed Nordic Cool at the Kennedy Center but enjoy the real thing over the next few weeks. Karen
Thanks ever so much, Karen! I really enjoyed the UG meet-up last night, and hope to return to DC soon! Let’s definitely keep the dialogue rolling, as I’d sincerely love to be interviewed for your show. Take care, and chat soon. Best–JL
Jason, it was such an honor to meet you at Adobe Max 2013. Your portion of the key notes, was one of the memorable highlights of my experience there. I truly enjoyed every one of your sessions. I look forward to crossing paths with you in the near future. Please let me know if you will be in New York. Thank you!
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Thanks, Olga! It was a pleasure meeting you as well. So glad to hear that you enjoyed AdobeMAX. More stuff coming over the next few days (to the blog) so stay tuned! Thanks again and stay tuned for additional US tour dates (we’re hoping we’ll get back to NYC sometime this summer). Best! –JL
Really enjoyed your personality and presentation at the Adobe Creative Day yesterday in Johannesburg.
I have a quick question:
In making a mobile iOS app, you were able to show the iPhone on your MacBookPro screen as an overlay with an iPhone skin & screen… Is this a function of Apple’s Airplay or are you using another piece of software?
I am also on the Mac platform with iPhones and iPads and I would like to see such on my Mac screen when testing DPS.
Hi Brad. Thanks for joining us in Joburg! We use an application called Reflector. And yes, it leverages AirPlay Mirroring for iDevices. It ROCKS. Couldn’t live without it anymore, especially for demoing on big screens. We’ve used everything from the over-head projector-type thingies (often referred to as ‘L-mo’ or “Elmos”), webcams, iSight cam, overhead cams…but they all come with little quirks, lighting issues, etc. Reflector is really the best option (but you MUST have a closed WiFi network to make it work; trying to do it across a shared/public Wifi connection would be nightmarish)…so we always bring along an Airport so we can create our own network, and it works brilliantly. Best—jl
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