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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $40 - Posted
I am looking for an experienced audio engineer who can help me remove clicks and pops from a studio session vocal track. In the acapella, the clicks and pops appear in the mix from 0:25 to 1:35 I have attached an mp3 sample of the raw audio file and will send the WAV upon hire. Unfortunately, re-recording is not an option so we want to fix this as much as possible in post production. Will keep engineers in mind for ongoing jobs as needed.
Skills: Audio Postediting Audio Design Audio Editing Audio Engineering
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Is creating and editing animated video concepts your passion? We are looking for a video animation expert that can help enhance and update a video concept that was made a few years ago. We have a list of everything we are looking to add to the video and just need someone with the expertise to pull it all together. We have all of our desired design elements and are looking to work with you every step of the way for very clear direction. The original video concept is attached on this post for inspiration so you can see the direction we're looking to take this. The project must be completed today. Please reach out if you are interested!
Skills: Audio Postediting 3D Animation Adobe After Effects Animation
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
We made a fantastic short film - Patient 35? and unfortunately the Editor had to go on a paid job so we have 2 scenes unfinished. The image is in place, we just need someone to clean and edit the sound. It should be a few hours job if you are experienced. We prefer you work in Adobe Audition and have some Premiere CC knowledge too. You can watch the trailer here: https://vimeo.com/163850441 We will send you the sound files and a low quality of the film so you can work with that. Please include links to your work in the application. We look forward to receiving your application. Many thanks
Skills: Audio Postediting Audio Design Audio Editing Audio Post Production
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
Add royalty free music to give it a more professional feel and edit my recorded audio for an audio book. The submitted audiobook must: • be consistent in overall sound and formatting and be comprised of all mono files • include opening and closing credits and a retail audio sample that is five minutes long I also want a 15 minute (longer version audio sample) These samples should start with narration, not opening credits or music. Each uploaded audio file must: • contain only one chapter/section that's shorter than 120 minutes and the section header must be read aloud • have room tone at the head and at the tail and be free of extraneous sounds • measure between -23dB and -18dB RMS and have -3dB peak values and a maximum -60dB noise floor • be a 192kbps or higher MP3, Constant Bit Rate (CBR) at 44.1 kHz Add Closing Credit to all audio files Recommended Closing Credits: This has been Reckless Gravity Written by J.D. Myall With Becca Blake Narrated by Tanesha Letia Copyright K.R. Barbour Then the audio asking for mailing list sign ups at my website Each uploaded file must contain only one chapter or section. Separate the opening credit on the file so it’s a separate file than the book chapter. Both the opening credits and closing credits must be separate files. Why? This ensures listeners can easily navigate between sections, and that skipping forwards or backwards moves them forward or back one section. Combining multiple sections in one file creates a confusing navigation experience. Each uploaded file must be no longer than 120 minutes. Files longer than 120 minutes are not supported. If a section will be over 120 minutes long, find a good break in the narration, and split the section into two files. If the section began with a header, such as “Chapter 2”, we recommend starting the second file with “Chapter 2 continued”. Each uploaded file must contain the section header, if contained within the text (e.g., “Prologue”, “Chapter 1”, “Chapter 2”). Why? By including these announcements, you’re helping the listener understand what section of the book they are listening to without having to look at their player. Be consistent - a listener may think content is missing if most headers are read, but some are not. Each uploaded file must have between 0.5 and 1 second of room tone at the head, and between 1 and 5 seconds of room tone at the tail. Why? Leaving this space gives listeners an audio cue that they have reached the beginning or end of a section. This space is also required to ensure titles are successfully encoded in the many formats made available to customers. Each uploaded file must be free of extraneous sounds such as plosives, mic pops, mouse clicks, excessive mouth noise, and outtakes. Why? Extraneous sounds can be distracting to listeners, and outtakes sound unprofessional. Each uploaded file must measure between -23dB and -18dB RMS. Why? Put simply, this means the files fall within a specific volume range. By keeping all files within this range, listener experience is enhanced – not too loud, and not too soft. In being consistent, listeners won’t have to constantly adjust the volume of their playback device. Each uploaded file must have peak values no higher than -3dB. Why? By leaving this headroom you’ll reduce the possibility of distortion, which can seriously reduce the quality of the listening experience. This headroom is also needed to ensure files are successfully encoded. Each uploaded file must have a noise floor no higher than -60dB RMS. Why? Noisy files make it difficult for listeners to focus on the material. Each uploaded file must be 192kbps or higher MP3, Constant Bit Rate (CBR). Why? Before going on sale in the Audible store, titles are encoded in a variety of formatsthat customers have the option of downloading. 192kbps (or higher), Constant Bit Rate MP3 files are required so this encoding process works without error. You may upload 256kbps or 320kbps files if you’d like, but the difference in quality heard by listeners will be negligible. Each uploaded file must be 44.1 kHz. Why? Before going on sale in the Audible store, titles are encoded in a variety of formatsthat listeners have the option of downloading. 44.1 kHz files are required so this process works without error. Each uploaded file must be no larger than 170MB. Files larger than 170MB are not supported. If a file will be over 170MB, find a good break in the narration and split the section into two files. If the section/part began with a header, such as “Chapter 2”, we recommend starting the second file with “Chapter 2 continued”. This will help ensure listeners can easily navigate from section to section.
Skills: Audio Postediting Audio Editing Audio Production
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $40 - Posted
I own a School for which i need Video advertisement made. It is one of 3 Locations in the US so i need My Ad to stand out from the other two locations. I have a reference video to use as a baseline if needed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53TJDKxUTB8 It is a phlebotomy school and i need an Video advertisement which will draw more students to our school. We are a modern and Family friendly environment, we facilitate a change in career for working adults ages 22 to 55 as fast and as Economical as possible and i'd like the Video ad to reflect those points.
Skills: Audio Postediting 2D Animation 3D Animation Animation
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We're looking for an editor for the ZADevChat podcast (https://zadevchat.io). We currently do all the editing ourselves. Each guest records locally to get the best quality possible, so the result is 4-6 OGG audio files that need to be aligned and edited. Our general editing process involves trimming out silences (we encourage awkward silence during the recording so participants don't talk over each other), remove obvious "uhms" at the beginning of a part-of-speech, adjust levels, mix in our opening/closing tracks and apply some compression. We would provide the audio files via Dropbox/Google Drive and expect the resulting audio to be uploaded to SoundCloud with the provided show notes. We record every week on a Monday evening (GMT+2) and release the shows the following Wednesday morning. The ability to put the show notes together would be a plus, so would possible transcription be. Transcription needs to be priced separately. This is a trial endeavour for us and we're not sure how long it will go on. Hopefully we can sustain it for the foreseeable future and build a good relationship with an editor.
Skills: Audio Postediting Audio Editing Audio Mastering Audio Mixing