Working with stereo audio can be a difficult task. The amount of trust you place in your ears can leave your head spinning. Luckily Magnetic Stereo brings an easy to read visual component to stereo audio. In this quick tutorial, we show you how to visually see your unbalanced stereo channels and how to balance them with both manual and automatic controls.
If you ever edit video that was shot with a stereo mic (like the Rode iXY, Rode Stereo Videomic, Stereo Videomic X, the Zoom iQ6, or Zoom H4N field recorder), then you may run into a common problem: interviews that have unbalanced stereo channels. Magnetic Stereo, a plugin for Final Cut Pro X, fixes this problem by balancing your stereo automatically. Here’s a quick intro video that describes Magnetic Audio and its main features.
Dale Grahn explains how the iconic look of “Saving Private Ryan” came about in a strange manner.
We have an entire series of interviews with Dale based on his work in the film industry. To check out each of those, click here.
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Dale Grahn on color timing “The Ring” by not creating “looks” and focusing instead on what makes things creepy.
To learn more from Dale, check out our app Dale Grahn Color for the iPad at dalegrahncolor.com.