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In Part 2, I went through more space-saving tips by demonstrating how I look for opportunities to reuse the same audio clips in multiple places. In this third and final post, I talk about how to prepare and export the session data for programming.
In Part 1, I covered the process for getting started, staying organized, and identifying and removing silent gaps. For Part 2, I go through more space-saving tips by demonstrating how I look for opportunities to reuse the audio clips.
When working with linear audio that contains gaps of silence or recalls repeated audio, precious space can be saved by editing within your Pro Tools session and exporting the resultant files and session data for programming.
Having reached, at last, a tangible goal in our group's development, we briefly reflect on the chaos that was the proposal, marriage, honeymoon and relationship of building an indie startup and getting to our first completed title.
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