Guided by Hal Meeks, get up to speed with the basics of DaVinci Resolve's Fairlight and its powerful audio processing tools for video production.
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Note: This workshop will be held in a live, online format utilizing the Zoom platform.
Class meets on Saturday, May 27 from 12-5pm ET.
Fairlight is a core part of Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve – a sophisticated video editor with an expansive set of tools. Fairlight is a fully featured Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) that is geared toward producing audio for video projects but can also be used as a stand-alone DAW.
This workshop is for new and intermediate users who want to dig into Fairlight. We will cover the basics such as importing projects, multitrack editing and production, Resolve’s extensive audio processing tools, dialogue replacement, and delivery. Fairlight can be daunting for new users, but this workshop will help get you up to speed.
Students will need DaVinci Resolve installed on their computer. This software is free to download here.
Header image courtesy of DaVinci Resolve.
Instructor: Hal Meeks
Hal Meeks is a PhD candidate at North Carolina State University, and has over 30 years of experience in media production. He has an undergraduate degree in Communications (Film and Video Concentration), Master’s in Art+Design from NC State’s College of Design. Interests include photography + video, sound, design, art, making stuff, video games and coffee. Current favorite book: Language of Post Modern Architecture.