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Hi, is there an option to turn off the background music in the tutorials? That whistling type tune is really awful and I can't hear what the instructor is saying. Many thanks.
Dr. Sassi last edited by
Sorry, not to my knowledge, but I have shared your input with the Training Team.
I watch tutorials typically at twice the speed, and most music doesn't do very well with 240 BPM
In other words, I get your point, and I hope there is an option to remedy that.
All the best
Hi Dr. Sassi,
Thankyou for the response. Maybe it's a point worth taking note for future tutorials. I'm new to the whole Maxon suite and am very eager to learn and its important I can hear what the tutors are saying very clearly, after all 3D and motion graphics is a pretty deep subject with so much to learn I do a lot of sound recording and we use something called auto ducking to automatically lower the background music whenever the narrator speaks. Thanks again for the fast response
Dr. Sassi last edited by
Typically, there is no music or any extra sound involved.
Yes, the sound is something many people in our team are familiar with (iZotope RX, for example, several people are musicians, etc.), and ducking would undoubtedly work, I agree!
My personal take on it is to keep music out. Like in movies, if you can't have your score, the used "tunes" might get a different meaning in a different production, which could tint all previous work. Or the rights are reduced, like in one of my awarded movies (I got a license from Moby, but not for YouTube; that was quite painful to re-score it).
All that said, to give you some insight, we are widely spread with sound. Fingers crossed, it will be to your liking in the future.
Thanks again for the feedback.