Hans Zimmer in his studio
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19th December 2012
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Nice find! Have to watch them all when I have some time
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Ahh brilliant. I love watching him. So honest and open.

Have y'seen the one where he's discussing The Dark Knight? Making all of these horrific sounds and he's all " "

There's actually loads of these sorts of vids around on youtube; I spent a few evenings watching in awe. I think there was one on that film The Day After Tomorrow? Quite a long clip, showing all the different passes; first one had just the music in, then just the dialog and then the sound effects. Really interesting to watch.

Thanks for reminding me about this one.
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Interesting... he's using cubase, plus pro tools... I wonder what his workflow is? I assume he composes in Cubase, but then mixes stems to pro tools?
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Interesting... he's using cubase, plus pro tools... I wonder what his workflow is? I assume he composes in Cubase, but then mixes stems to pro tools?
Yes composes in cubase. Samples are in servers which outputs to the pro tools with madi. Pro tools for stem mixing and video. It is in sync w cubase.
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Yes composes in cubase. Samples are in servers which outputs to the pro tools with madi. Pro tools for stem mixing and video. It is in sync w cubase.
Would you know how both can be synced at all? I've synced cubase with Cubase from Mac/pc by the whole master/slave function, but never PT. You mentioned Madi...Would love to know more, perhaps the best option for that.?
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Would you know how both can be synced at all? I've synced cubase with Cubase from Mac/pc by the whole master/slave function, but never PT. You mentioned Madi...Would love to know more, perhaps the best option for that.?

midi time code and midi machine control.

you would setup both DAW on the same frame rate. use midi over lan app like musiclabs midi overlan and install on both computers. set it up so MTC goes out one DAW and enters the other all via network.
each DAW would have specific settings. PT is set to slave mtc.

as for MADI. you could go RME or SSL. there are a few articles with greg hanson williams who uses ssl delta and alpha link.

now avid has madi . but basically its any madi interface that connects to pro tools HD cards. like avid madi, ssl madi and DAD madi.

so the main DAW and the slaves will have MADI and will go out to the PT HD MADI .
or if you have VEP then the slaves go into the main DAW and out madi/adat to PT HD .


btw -- also adat works. which is what i use. maudio lightbridge on PT HD9 on a mac mini and on the main DAW its logic with RME FF800.
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