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Recording a Voice Over
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Final Cut Pro Tutorials
1 Connect a USB Microphone to the 1. Macintosh that you are working on.
8 In the voiceover window, make 1. sure your USB microphone is selected next to "Source".
2 From the 1. Apple menu in the upper left corner of the screen, select System Preferences. 2
3 Click on the 1. Sound icon. 1. Change the rate to 48000Hz. 4 Click on the 1. "Input" tab and click on the microphone that is connected (Samson C01U in this example). 4
10 In the name field, type a name 1. for your voice recording.
11 Position the cursor on the time1. line where you want your voiceover to begin. 5 Slide the input volume to the right 1. between the last two hash marks. 5
Note: In Final Cut Pro you can only record a voice over when there is content on one of the video tracks either video or still images.
. Click the Red Record button in the
6 Do not close the sound preferenc1. es window. Drag it off to the side, but keep it ...
Recording and Editing Sound
If you're interested in producing sound for radio, you'll need to know the basics of both A) gathering sounds, and B) editing them together into a story. This document will cover some of the equipment you can use to gather sound, and the basic, free sound editor Audacity, which is available in all our labs here in the department. Let's start with the audio equipment you'll need to capture high quality sound for your project.
If you have the luxury of a quiet space to record a podcast or interview, having the USBconnected "Samson C01U USB Mic" is great. It can capture sound and input it directly to the computer with a USB cable. Keep in mind you will need a computer for this microphone it does not plug in via an audio cable to a digital audio recorder. From here, depending on your program you'll use to record your sound on the computer, you'll need to make sure you select the right microphone input (USB device). In Audacity, it's in the top left corner.
For a simpler, ...
tech guide number one supplement
teen tech week 2008
Making Music with Teens
A Supplemental Manual
By Joseph J. Wilk
f you're looking for even more options to make music with teens, you've come to the right place. This guide will take you through the language, different hardware options, and a range of programs programs (both downloadable and online) that you can use to further harness teens' creative power.
Talking the talk
Track. A track is a single layer of sound in a recording, which can be edited or manipulated independently. Traditionally, tracks have been used to record the input from a single microphone or other input (e.g., guitar, bass, vocals, drums, turntables, etc.). However, with the advent of new technologies, multiple sound sources or samples can be cut and pasted into a single track, depending on the needs of the project. Tracks are usually represented horizontally across the screen, recalling recording onto tape. Computer programs that can handle more than one track are called ...