The Fairlight Audio Guide to DaVinci Resolve 17

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As an official Blackmagic Design Training Partner we are pleased to announce that we are now offering the new Fairlight Audio in DaVinci Resolve 17 End User Certification as a live, interactive online course.

The course covers everything you need to know to sit the End User Certification Exam and is based on Blackmagic Design’s own Training Manual “The Fairlight Audio Guide to DaVinci Resolve 17”.

Here is what Blackmagic Design say about DaVinci Resolve 17 and the course:

DaVinci Resolve 17 is the world’s most advanced editing, visual effects, color correction, and audio post-production solution for feature films, television shows, and commercials. Its revolutionary workflow lets you switch between tasks with a single click, so you don’t have to learn multiple programs or translate projects between different applications.

DaVinci Resolve 17 features a dedicated Fairlight audio page built right in! This official Blackmagic Design hands-on training will teach you the art of sound editing, sweetening, recording, mixing, and delivering. Beginning audio editors and assistants will find clear, workflow-driven lessons, while seasoned audio professionals will quickly learn Fairlight’s user-friendly tools to create incredible soundtracks. Best of all, you never need to send projects out to another application, because Fairlight is just a click away from your editing timeline!

What You’ll Learn:

• Launching Resolve project files and restoring archives

• Navigating and customizing the Fairlight page

• Creating and modifying tracks

• Marking and editing source audio

• Connecting to external sound libraries

• Setting up and recording voiceover and ADR tracks

• Working with audio track layers to stack, split, and build a composite

• Evaluating and setting channel mapping for multichannel clips

• Balancing and normalizing dialogue tracks

• Finding and fixing common issues with the Edit Selection tool

• Repairing and replacing unwanted sounds like clicks, pops, and hums

• Creating your own sound effects using the oscillator and FairlightFX

• Enhancing and sweetening tracks with EQ and dynamics

• Adding depth and dimension with time-based effects

• Automating track changes over time

• Working buses to simplify mixing

• Finishing your soundtrack, bouncing tracks, and delivering a final mix

• Exploring Dolby Atmos integration

If you are interested and want to sign up for this live online/virtual Post Production course then you can complete our DaVinci Resolve Training enquiry form at the bottom of the page.

Or, to help us understand your requirements, complete our short training needs survey.

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