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Revoice 101 - Revoice Pro: Revealed.
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Why is the APT Process often most useful in Post Production?
Post Production editors are experts at video editing, but are not trained in audio editing
The need for proper lip-sync makes matching the timing of a replacement line all the more critical
Dialog recordings can't be manually edited in time, like musical lines can
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Revoice's Doubler Process Control Panel includes controls for random modulation, for a more natural, human doubling quality. True or false?
Revoice Pro's Doubler Process...
can create either mono or stereo doublings
can add only a single (mono) doubled part per track
The APT Process Control Panel has only three settings: tight, medium, and loose timing. True or false?
The Quick APT & Quick Doubler plug-ins let you process audio directly in the DAW, as long as Revoice is open in the background. True or false?
The Revoice Link AudioSuite plug-in allows for two-way transfer of audio: both PT->Revoice and Revoice->PT . True or false?
Which of the following statement is correct?
Synchro Arts' Revoice Pro is a standalone version of VocALign, with additional features
Synchro Arts' Revoice Pro a signal processing software suite (including compression, delay, deessing and reverb) specifically made for vocal
Synchro Arts' Revoice Pro comes in AAX plug-in format only, specifically for Pro Tools
Synchro Arts' Revoice Pro is a plug-in in AudioUnit and VST formats only, for DAWs other than Pro Tools
What happens when a Guide track is Warp-edited?
None of the other answers are correct
The changes are automatically transferred to all of that Guide's Processed tracks
Nothing happens-Guide tracks can't be Warped
You must manually re-do that Guide track's Processes to reflect the changes
The APT Process Control Panel has options for time transfer, but not for pitch transfer. True or false?
The APT Process Control Panel has controls for Tolerance & Flexibilty, to balance between tight timing and artifact-free audio. True or false?
What are the main components of a track lane in Revoice Pro?
two audio waves in each individual track, the Guide & the Dub audio
either an audio (waveform) lane or a Control Track
an audio (waveform) lane, and a smaller Process Control Track lane
To align audio, the VocAlign plug-in...
must first "capture" the guide & dub audio, process, then render a new file
changes the timing of the Dub track in real time
changes the timing of the Dub and Guide tracks in real time
changes the timing of the Guide track in real time
What are the keyboard shortcuts for soloing tracks in Revoice Pro?
Number keys for matching track numbers
Shift+numeric keypad numbers for exclusive solo
Option+numeric keypad numbers for exclusive solo
A for Output (Aligned), D for Dub, G for Guide, E for Output+Guide
The APT (Automatic Performance Transfer) Process can match a Dub track to a Guide track in time, pitch and level. True or false?
Aligning the timing of one take to the timing of another take of the same line...
cannot be done in any software (other than Revoice), either manually or automatically
cannot be done with current technology-the part must be re-recorded until it's right
can be done manually (but slowly) with time & pitch editors, but automatically (and fast) in Revoice
is very easy to do with any DAW
Multiple Processes for the same Guide track...
can only be created by hand, one by one
can be created in one step via an option in the New Process window
are not possible-only one Process per Guide track is permitted
What are the three Processes available in Revoice Pro?
APT, Doubler, Warp
Doubler, Harmonizer, Formant-Shifter
Compression, Delay, Reverb
Warp, Elastic Audio, Flex Time
What can you do with Revoice's Warp editing?
Adjust time only
Apply automatic Pitch correction, but not manual pitch adjustment
Adjust either time or pitch for a note, but not both
Apply manual and automatic pitch correction
How can you transfer aligned, rendered audio from Revoice back to DAWs (other than Pro Tools)?
By bouncing, then importing to the DAW
By drag & drop from Revoice to the DAW
All answers are correct
By exporting, then importing into the DAW
What Revoice Pro features are not available in VocALign?
Doubling & Warp editing
Compression and limiting
Delay and reverb
VocALign has all the same features as Revoice Pro
When a Dub line is not a close-enough match for the Guide recording...
the only option is to edit it by hand
it must be re-recorded-all technology has its limits
problem sections can be locked out by creating a "Protected Area", and still processed with APT
Revoice Pro's Doubler Process is a simple preset-only feature. True or false?
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