[RDD] short feature with music/sponsorship
techstuff at krpiradio.com
Tue May 15 14:02:30 EDT 2007
Thank you, Stefan, for the idea. I never would have thought about using
a second machine to do this. However, the feature does vary in length
and I *do* want to automate importing the feature (if possible).
However, I'll keep your email in my archives for possible future use.
It looks like my best route will be my original plan of creating a
separate open/close music cart with the proper fades "hard coded." Since
the feature will be imported by rdimport via a drop box, is there a way
to have the closing music cart start 5 seconds before the feature ends
without manually adding segue marks in rdlibrary?
Stefan Gabriel wrote:
> Hello Andy,
> You can implement this with the voice tracker (with the cvs version,
> your are working with)
> Make a log with
> 1. start bed
> 2. voice track
> 3. voice track
> 4. stop bed
>> 1. music plays are full volume for 5 seconds then fades a bit but
>> continues to play
>> 2. sponsorship info plays over the music then there is a brief pause
>> 3. feature program starts and music fades out completely after a few
>> 4. music slowly fades in a few seconds before the feature ends and
>> plays at a low level
>> 5. music rises to full volume after feature ends and plays for a few
>> seconds before fading out
> Import the sposorship information into first voice track (with the
> brief pause at the end of the cut - turn autotrim off for this)
> move the voice track over the bed to start at the right time.
> import feature into second voice track
> set the end of the start bed, using the right mouse menu over the beds
> use the rubber band of the bed to set volumes. Left marker sets the
> point where fade starts and sets the duck volume (the volume after the
> 1. voicetrack starts).
> Set the starting point of the ending bed. set the fade and the ducking
> It would be best to make a macro cart to load this log into an aux
> machine and start the machine. At the end of the feature log you must
> then add anonther macro to start the main machine, again.
> Here are 2 screenshots:
> When the feature is allways of the same length, you can use rdcatch to
> import it automatically. When the length differs, you have to edit the
> segue of the ending bed manualy, at the moment (but I am preparing an
> addition to rdimport for another station.With that, this case could
> also be handled completely automated).
> Another note on this: I use two voice tracks, because it is easier to
> arrange beds when 3 tracks are displayed/played. I think there is no
> real reason, why there are only 2 tracks displayed when editing segues
> without an voice track involved - so i think I will change this in the
> near future.
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