What is “object oriented editing”, and how can it help? In this week’s Audio Premium content, Mike Elliott gives you a run down on which DAWs support it, as well as some cool object oriented editing techniques.
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You have heard about it, nearly every DAW on the market today seems to have it, yet you haven’t really tried it. I am of course talking about Object Oriented Editing, the audio engineers gift from the gods! It is object oriented editing that extends to us the ability to edit takes, adjust volume of a particular words, and adjust EQ or compression all dynamically without touching automation. And to top it all off? It is a non-destructive and non-linear process to boot!
So if you have never attempted any form of object oriented editing, why have you not tried it yet!? This tutorial will get you and your workflow into this modern mindset and help you create dynamic musical mixes easier and more efficiently. So if you are ready to make your audio engineering life a little easier, jump on in!
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