Class is back in session! I hope you learned a lot from my previous video, All About Noise Floor. Today, I’ve got a lesson on Room Tone, including a neat trick to save you some valuable time in the editing stage. Watch the video below closely; there will be a quiz afterward, and the first person to get all four questions correct will get an honorable mention (including a link to their ACX profile) in my next post.
Did you get all that? I hope so, because it’s time for that quiz I mentioned. Leave your answers in the comments to show how much you learned.
- Audiobook room tone is defined as the _____ sound in your studio, and should be as close to perfect _____ as possible.
- Room tone has three uses in your audiobook production:
- The most effective way to utilize room tone in an efficient manner is to use your DAW’s _____ or _____ feature.
- When using Pro Tools, the paste special feature is _____ on a Mac and _____ on a PC.
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