Re: How do they create the fake crowd on the premier league tv coverage live?
Posted: Tue Jun 30, 2020 1:27 pm
Yes, cheers. How interesting they use Ableton.
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I presume the colour coding refers to the output fader each sound is routed to?
I don’t think so, there was very little hardware on show in those studios I was in, in fact, the only big old school mixer I saw was in the room the interns were interviewed in! it was a big old 70's Chilton mixer. Levels etc were all set-up on the computer, there was a little engineers "controller" with a handful of faders, and studios like Radio 1 were one man operations most of the time.
I didn’t listen to it all, but I’d still want level control of what is essentially a dubbing session.Didn’t he say that they had automatic cross fades/cutoffs for that very reason, like hi hats in a drum sampler etc