Audio Engineering (16 subreddits)

audio engineering

Products, practices, and stories about the profession or hobby of recording, editing, and producing audio.

r/audioenginering FAQ

r/audioengineering Wiki

  • 81,808 subscribers
  • A community for 9 years

Live Sound - a place for sound humans

The place for live sound people.

  • 15,950 subscribers
  • A community for 7 years

Logic Studio

No description available.

  • 13,133 subscribers
  • A community for 7 years

Audio Post Production

/r/AudioPost is the subreddit for post-production sound geeks in Games, TV / Television , Film, Broadcast, and other types of production.

  • Dialog / Dialogue Editing
  • ADR
  • Sound Effects / SFX
  • Foley
  • Ambience / Backgrounds
  • Music for picture / Soundtracks / Score
  • Sound Design
  • Re-Recording / Mix
  • Layback
  • and more

Check out our wiki for links and business resources.

Audio-Post Audio Post Editors Sync Sound Pro Tools ProTools De-Noise DeNoise

  • 10,400 subscribers
  • A community for 6 years

Pro Tools help and news.

/r/ProTools

Your home for everything Pro Tools. Everyone is welcome, from industry veterans to bedroom engineers. Be sure to check out our wiki pages for more information regarding Pro Tools; links, shortcuts, FAQs, Guides, Tutorials, PlugIns and more.

  • PlugIns
  • Tracks
  • Automation
  • Editing
  • Mixing
  • Music
  • VI / Virtual Instruments
  • 7,844 subscribers
  • A community for 7 years

Reaper

No description available.

  • 6,651 subscribers
  • A community for 7 years

Location Sound

The subreddit for location sound, production sound, and field recording. We are the sound department responsible for recording the audio when shooting film/video.

Be sure to check out our wiki page for resources.

Sound on set for;

  • Film cinema
  • TV television
  • Games
  • Corporate
  • sound effects
  • ambience
  • 5,274 subscribers
  • A community for 5 years

Sound Design

No description available.

  • 5,241 subscribers
  • A community for 7 years

Rate My Audio - for evaluting audio work

This subreddit is for the evaluation of audio work; editing, mixing, mastering, composing, and any other facet of creating great sound. Only the person who did the work may submit it for evaluation.

REMEMBER - This is subjective. Therefore no opinion is wrong. Asshattery is. Please make criticisms in a constructive fashion.

  • 5,144 subscribers
  • A community for 5 years

Steinberg Cubase

Reddit's home to Steinberg Cubase

  • 2,825 subscribers
  • A community for 7 years
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