FAQ

Is there an installation guide available for White Rabbit Audio Presets Pack V1?

Yes, a full PDF is available to download here

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How do i install presets for DaVinci Resolve?

Detailed installation instructions can be found in the installation guide .pdf

https://whiterabbitmusicproductions.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Installing_Audio-Presets-Pack_V1.pdf

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How do i install presets for Premiere?

To install the presets for Premiere Pro follow these steps:

  1. In Premiere, Right click the Presets folder in Effects. Choose Import Presets.
  2. Navigate to the White Rabbit Audio Pack – Premiere.prfpset presets file
  3. Presets should now appear under their own folder in Effects -> Presets
  4. You may need to restart Premiere for the presets to appear

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How do i install presets for Final Cut Pro X?

To install the presets for Final Cut Pro X follow these steps:

  • Make sure the contents of the folder Audio Pack FCPX Presets are copied into the following address/Users/USERNAME*/Library/Application Support/ProApps/Effects Presets/

* Where USERNAME enter your system username. You can check this by going first to /Users

  • The individual presets should appear in the Final Cut Pro X “Effects Presets” folder and should not be in sub-folders
  • Check the effects panel in Final Cut Pro X for the Audio Pack Presets

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How do i install the presets for Vegas Pro?

White Rabbit Audio Presets Pack V1 contains 3 separate libraries for Vegas Pro – Audio Correction Tools, Scene Specific Effects and Special Effects. Each library can be easily installed using the steps below:

1. Unzip ‘White Rabbit Audio Pack – Vegas Pro.zip

2. Unzip the free Sony Vegas Pro Preset Manager Software ‘presetmngr20k.zip’, double click the .exe to install

3. Click ‘Open’ and navigate to ‘White Rabbit Audio Correction Tools_V1.sfpreset’ to load the first preset library onto the computer

4. ‘FX Chains’ should appear in the topmost field. Highlight ‘FX Chains’ in the topmost field by clicking it.

5. Next click ‘Copy to System’ to install the presets into the Vegas presets library system

6.Repeat steps 3 to 5 to install both ‘White Rabbit Special Effects_V1.sfpreset’ and ‘White Rabbit Scene Specific Effects_V1.sfpreset’

7. In Vegas Pro find each preset library by clicking the FX button

8. Navigate to ‘FX Packages’ to see a list of installed preset libraries called ‘FX Packages

9. To load an FX Chain into the Audio Track select the desired preset and click ‘Add’ and then click ‘OK’. Presets are only loaded when the are added, be sure to click ‘Add’ and then ‘Ok’ to apply the preset

10. The FX Chain is now inserted into the Audio Track

11. To load an FX Chain into an individual audio clip select the ‘FX’ button on the desired audio clip and repeat steps 8 and 9

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What Presets are included in the White Rabbit Audio Presets Pack?

Premiere

Presets included in the Premiere pack : Warmer, Wider, Brighter, Louder, Less harsh, Less Boom, Less Bass, Bassier, Vocal DeEsser, Dialogue Focus, Street Noise Reduction, Room Reverb Remover, Wind Noise reduction, Live Music Outside, Cinematic Crowd, Control Loud Sources, Immersive Widener, Live Music Inside, Loudness Energy, Mono to Stereo Warm Sound Stage, Natural Air, Warm Natural Analogue, Distant Tannoy, Immersive Widener Cathedral, Immersive Widener Hall, Factory, Retro Tape Recorder, Dark room, Dialogue Room Replacer, Ear to the Wall, Exhibition Hall, Monotone Pilot, Place of Worship, Tame Harshness, Tame Room Boominess, Train Station, Museum, Dome, Radio Broadcast Vocal.

FCPX

Presets included in the FCPX pack : Warmer, Wider, Brighter, Louder, Less harsh, Less Boom, Less Bass, Bassier, Vocal DeEsser, Dialogue Focus, Room Reverb Remover, Live Music Outside, Cinematic Crowd, Control Loud Sources, Immersive Widener, Live Music Inside, Loudness Energy, Mono to Stereo Warm Sound Stage, Natural Air, Warm Natural Analogue, Distant Tannoy, Immersive Widener Cathedral, Immersive Widener Hall, Factory, Retro Tape Recorder, Dark room, Dialogue Room Replacer, Ear to the Wall, Exhibition Hall, Monotone Pilot, Place of Worship, Tame Harshness, Tame Room Boominess, Train Station, Museum, Dome.

Vegas Pro

Presets included in the Vegas Pro : Warmer, Wider, Brighter, Louder, Less Harsh, Less Boom, Less Bass, Bassier, Vocal DeEsser, Subtle DeEsser, Vocal Focus, Room Remover, Wind Noise reduction, Live Music Outside, Cinematic Crowd, Control Loud Sources, Dialogue Replacer, Rich Immersive, Immersive Wide, Live Music Inside, Loudness Energy, Warm Stage Wide, Warm Stage, Natural Air, Warm Analogue, Distant Tannoy, Pseudo Stereo, Immersive Cathedral, Immersive Hall, Factory, Retro Tape Recorder, Dark room, Dialogue Room Replacer, Ear to the Wall, Exhibition Hall, Monotone Pilot, Place of Worship, Tame Harshness, Tame Room Boom, Train Station, Stadium, Museum, Subtle Dialogue

DaVinci Resolve

Warmer, Wider, Brighter, Louder, Less harsh, Less Boom, Less Bass, Bassier, Vocal DeEsser, Wind Noise Reduction, Street Noise Reduction, Dialogue Focus, Room Reverb Remover, Live Music Outside, Cinematic Crowd, Control Loud Sources, Immersive Widener, Live Music Inside, Loudness Energy, Mono to Stereo Warm Sound Stage, Natural Air, Warm Natural Analogue, Distant Tannoy, Immersive Widener Cathedral, Immersive Widener Hall, Factory, Retro Tape Recorder, Dark room, Dialogue Room Replacer, Ear to the Wall, Exhibition Hall, Monotone Pilot, Place of Worship, Tame Harshness, Tame Room Boominess, Train Station, Museum, Dome, Heavy Broadcast Vocal, Broadcast Vocal.

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Where is the Audio Presets Folder in Premiere?

Premiere self manages it’s audio presets database and presets do not need manually installing via a presets folder.

To install the presets see “How do i install the presets for Premiere?” above

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Where is the Audio Presets Folder in Final Cut Pro X?

Copy the individual “.effectsPreset” files to the following address

/Users/USERNAME*/Library/Application Support/ProApps/Effects Presets/

* Where USERNAME enter your system username. You can check this by going first to /Users

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I purchased the White Rabbit Audio Presets Pack, where is my download link?

When you purchased the Audio Presets Pack you should have received a confirmation email from <White Rabbit Audio Presets Pack> using our gmail service. This email contains an encrypted download link to your presets pack. Check the email address you provided during purchase. Don’t forget to check your spam folder.

If you still have no confirmation email after purchase contact us here

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What are Audio Correction Tools and how do i use them?

Audio Correction Tools are stackable effects that are the building blocks of audio manipulation, namely equalisation, gain and compression. By combining different numbers of Audio Correction Tools you can ‘shape’ audio to your liking. Here are a few examples:

Louder + Warmer + Brighter + Brighter = Would result in a louder, slightly warmer, rounder sound with a lift in the high frequencies the result sounding more brilliant and airy

Less harsh + Brighter + Vocal DeEsser = Would reduce the nasty harsh sounds from a poorly recorded vocal, whilst at the same time lifting the airyness and openness. The sibilance or ‘Sss’ sounds are reduced dynamically with a compressor by adding the Vocal DeEsser

Less boom + Less bass + Warmer + Louder = Would reduce the muddy boom and bassiness from an untreated boomy room, then warm up the source audio and finally regain loudness with the louder Audio Brick.

The Audio Correction Tools encourage experimentation combining various types and numbers of tools for the desired effect in real-time!

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What's the difference between 'Headphones' Presets and 'Speakers' Presets in Premiere?

Essentially the Headphone presets are a much more subtle effect whereas the Speakers presets apply a more extreme effect and the results may be more audible.

Some situations require a more subtle effect to be applied, such as increasing the bright “airiness” of a quiet location recording or reducing the “boom and room sound” in an untreated room used for dialogue. In these situations apply the Headphones presets to your source audio.

In situations when a more audible extreme effect is desired, such as improving a live performance of a band or applying a widening stereo effect to a crowd scene apply the Speakers effect to your source audio.

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Is there a user guide available for White Rabbit Audio Presets Pack?

Yes, a full PDF is available to download here

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