created in 2012
The subreddit for location sound, production sound, and field recording. We are the sound department responsible for recording the audio when shooting film/video.
Be sure to check out our wiki page for resources.
Sound on set for;
- Film cinema
- TV television
- sound effects
/r/AudioPost is the subreddit for post-production sound geeks in Games, TV / Television , Film, Broadcast, and other types of production.
- Dialog / Dialogue Editing
- Sound Effects / SFX
- Ambience / Backgrounds
- Music for picture / Soundtracks / Score
- Sound Design
- Re-Recording / Mix
- and more
Check out our wiki for links and business resources.
Audio-Post Audio Post Editors Sync Sound Pro Tools ProTools De-Noise DeNoise
Your home for everything Pro Tools. Everyone is welcome, from industry veterans to bedroom engineers. Be sure to check out our wiki pages for more information regarding Pro Tools; links, shortcuts, FAQs, Guides, Tutorials, PlugIns and more.
- VI / Virtual Instruments
Filmmakers, directors, cinematographers, editors, vfx gurus, composers, sound guys, grips, electrics, and more meet to share their work, tips, tutorials, and experiences. A place where professionals and amateurs alike unite to discuss the field.
For those interested in the craft of making sound / audio for games. This could encompass music, sound design, voice and just plain ol' middleware! Ask about about Unity and Unreal game engines, FMOD, WWISE, Max and more.
Destined for the big screen? Try /r/filmmakers. For videos including weddings, events, live performances, music videos, TV, corporate, live streaming, sports, real estate, YouTube, home videos and more, welcome to \/r/videography.