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While I haven't specifically done Audiobook editing, I have edited VO and Narration (close cousins to Audiobook). And the closest comparison I can draw is dialogue editorial. here's a post which may help: Looking for some help on dialogue editing? First, I respectfully disagree with George on the decision to go away from a NLE like ProTools. I can't ...


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May I ask what kind of experience you have in the audio field? It would help us give a more useful answer for you, with the right level of detail. I'll offer a general response for now though: You've got two options: Record your piano piece straight into audio editing software. Audacity would be a good choice if you don't have a favourite already; it's ...


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Since you're working with an audio file, not "live" sound...and you appear to be trying to do this with no budget...you can download Audacity (free open source program) and do time manipulation to the file within it. Work with the director to get the desired effect, then output the file. You'll have something predictable and repeatable for the performers ...


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If it were me, I would prepare a separate audio file for the slow motion cue, and make sure that the regular speed cue before it is considerably longer than it needs to be. And then trigger the crossfade when the action onstage goes slow motion. In my experience, that kind of loose instruction from a director often just means, "I don't know exactly when yet....


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Do you know this? Crankcase Audio's REV‎. Look at this : Introduction to REV Video


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Sounds like a crap way to do it compared to what can be done with proper audio middleware or a programmer who's willing and capable of coding the audio API they're using so that it can do cross-fades and pitch shifting for the car audio. For example FMOD has a car engine example done with looping samples, crossfades and volume curves and pitch shifting. And ...


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Well, first of all you can drop Pro Tools and start using a linear editing software. I have been using Adobe Audition since it was called Cool Edit, and I never had an issue with it. Secondly, try to use as much single key shortcuts as possible, so that you minimize the number of actions required for a process. Thirdly, get a cat. It won't let you work ...


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