Tools users (equipped with 5.1 version): load a 5.1 track just as a single
The 5.1 CD sets are composed by 3 CD Rom of spatialized environmental sounds (i.e. citytrax, jungle, engines, nature etc.) + 1Cd of Subwoofer Fxs (tremors, explosions etc.).
Fxs are in .aff 48Khz 24bits and they use digidesign
PT 5.1 name extension for each fx (.L, .R, .Ls, .Rs, .C and .LFE).
1) Create your session (faster if .aiff 24/48KHz, but anyway PT will automatically convert the fxs in any of your current format).
2) Import audio from your CD-Rom. In each CD-Rom you will find a folder named the fx (i.e. Horse on gallop). Opening the folder you will find the 6 files named with PT 5.1 name extension (Horse on gallop.L, Horse on gallop.R, Horse on gallop.Ls etc.). Just select them all and click done.
3) You'll be asked to locate your current session Audio File folder (the CD Rom track will be automatically copied and/or converted to your session format into that folder).
4) Now you are ready to go. Just create a 5.1 audiotrack and place the loaded fx from the region list on it. Infact thank's to PT name extension once imported, your fx will appear as a single name into the region list instead of 6 separate files.
The Renaissance 5.1 sounds cover the best natural surrounding environments originally recorded on location and remixed from the Renaissance SFX Dolby Surround library.
They do not include motion like fxs (swish, swosh etc.). This kind of Fxs are included in the Renaissance SFX Dolby Surround library.where they are stereo Dolby Surround encoded.
Try to use Renaissance SFX Dolby Surround sounds during 5.1 productions too since the motions are very deep and immersive. A detailed explanation (supported by a number of PT session templates) on how to use the dolby lib on 5.1 production is downloadable at our site (PT templates).
The 5.1 lib will enable you to get real natural 5.1 immersive environments in minutes!!!
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