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バッチプロセッサとしてSoundtrack Proを使用して
David Earl on Fri, January 20th 8 comments
While Soundtrack Pro is only available in the current boxed version of Logic Studio, it is still a useful audio editor to use! David Earl (aka sflogicninja) shows how to use it as a batch processor.

Soundtrack Proは、Logic Studioのスイートで最も強力かつ十分に活用アプリの一つです。初めてそれを開け、多くの人々は、ロジックは、go -へのマルチトラックオーディオプロダクションのためのツールであることを行っているので、そのサウンドトラックProは、冗長かもしれないと思う。

Soundtrack Proは、映画業界におけるポストプロダクションツールとしてスタートしました。それだけではなく、非常に有能なマルチトラックオーディオ編集とミキシングシステムを持っていない、それは同様に驚異的な2トラックのオーディオエディタを持っています。私はオーディオのためにPhotoshopにそれを例える。それは尊敬に値する!

今日のIdは、バッチエディタとしてSoundtrack Proを使用する方法を紹介したい。我々は、Soundtrack Proのサウンドを開いてエフェクトを適用し、AppleScriptを使用してバッチエディタを作成しようとしている。

ステップ1 - Soundtrack Proでオーディオファイルを開く

Soundtrack Proのオーディオファイルを開くには、単純にオーディオファイル Control -クリックして、サウンドトラックProで開く]を選択します。

open in STP

また、キーコマンドShiftキーを押しながらWを使用してロジックのセッションから直接Soundtrack Proのオーディオファイルを開くことができます。

一度Soundtrack Proの、我々は、古典的な2トラックのオーディオエディタを取得します。

2-track audio editor

ステップ2 - エフェクトを追加


Reverse the file

今オーディオファイル全体が逆になっています。 これで、プロセスに行くできます

Adding Reverb




Applescript for reversing reverb

ステップ3 - AppleScriptを作成する



Save as Applescript


Applescript menu in STP


ステップ4 - 使用してフォルダを変換するバッチ


Applescript icon ready to use

このアイコンの上にオーディオファイルのフォルダ全体を取得する場合、フォルダ内のオーディオのすべてが自動的に我々が以前に作成した設定が適用されます。 Soundtrack Proを開放する必要はありません。単にAppleScriptのアイコンの上にオーディオファイルのフォルダをドラッグし、そしてそれは行く見てください! (あるいは、自分で飲み物を作るに行く)



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  • SixStringsDown
    • 10 years ago
    • By: SixStringsDown
  • David Earl
    • 10 years ago
    • By: David Earl
  • Miloslav
    David Thx, but another thoughts. Miloslav
    • 10 years ago
    • By: Miloslav
  • Rounik Admin
    Hi Miloslav Yes, perhaps we could've mentioned that STP will process audio files in this way in a destructive manner (i.e. altering the original file) and therefore, of course, it is always important to make a copy of the audio file if you wish to keep the original intact. However, the article in your link is describing the process of applying noise reduction which assumes you'll be tempted to work on the original file. Indeed, in that situation, you really should be making backups of your audio file first or exporting to a new file from within STP. You could actually build in a number of automator actions/scripts to duplicate the original file first before one of the copies gets processed in STP. Cheers Rounik
    • 10 years ago
    • By: Rounik Admin
  • David Earl
    Hey there! With hard drive space being less expensive as the years roll by, I highly recommend that all audio to be batch processed should be copied to a new folder before processing. As for the linked article, I understand Larry's concerns regarding the source audio being effected without chance of undo, but copying the folder is pretty quick and painless for even the largest audio project. For noise reduction, I would create separate folders for different recording environments. These environments would have their own individual noise prints, given that the location audio includes room tone. This means separate scripts for different environments. I need to do a bit of research to see if noise prints are included in scripts. You cannot use the same noise print on very environment. Each folder would be batched individually. Noise reduction can be tricky, due to potential volume fluctuations that may increase artifacts in the noise reduction. This is why having copies of the files is important. I think Larry is right in saying that the best result would be to process individual files. I also know production schedules, and sometimes speed trumps quality depending on the project. Also, all projects should be backed up either by using Time Machine or a program like Chronosync. This way if you have screwed up the original audio, it can be replaced with an original very easily. *bows*
    • 10 years ago
    • By: David Earl
  • Miloslav
    Hallo David, Hallo Rounik, Thanks for reading and solution. Miloslav
    • 10 years ago
    • By: Miloslav
  • GaryHiebner
    Excellent tutorial. Soundtrack has some amazing effects and processors which I wish Logic will incorporate. Hopefully in Logic X?
    • 10 years ago
    • By: GaryHiebner
  • David Earl
    @Gary I think you may be on to something. :-)
    • 10 years ago
    • By: David Earl
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