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ReWire enables system-internal exchange of audio data streams. Or in a nutshell: sharing audio playbacks between programs. In our case, we want to send the audio output from Soundminer to Pro Tools.

You're probably wondering why this should be good, after all, you just have bought a great Dolby Atmos processor or something else with extremely many outputs.

Unfortunately, there are some sticking points, especially when working with Pro Tools as Pro Tools does not like to share its hardware at all to other programms.

The ReWire makes it possible to monitor directly through your editing system and the hardware. So you can hear your playback with the current volume setting, you can control the audio playback with your controller like any other channel and you can playback multichannel files up to 7.1.

Let's check out how to enable ReWire!

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The DAW menu displays the applications that are currently open and able to communicate with Soundminer. If you are working with a 'common' editing system like Pro Tools, Nuendo, Pyramix, Reaper... Soundminer will automatically make the selection.

If you are working with a different software like a picture editing system or a software sampler like Iris, make sure to select it! Depending on the application, Soundminer is now able to communicate with that system and share datas for example transfer path and others - which makes your work much easier!

Wow, show me more of that!

Please note: Your target app must be able to communicate or allow communication with Soundminer.

However, if Soundminer does not recognize your program, mail us! (Please don't mail us, if you're using Fairlight. Please see the next sentence...) But to be honest, in most cases the time has now come to switch to [insert here your own term for a contemporary system] editing system.

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A clear database structure helps keep your archive tidy and effective. We recommend that you divide your sounds into groups. Here you can find a list of databases we recommend. Check it out, the goal is to find a structure that suits you and your studio!

I can't wait, I want to see all Soundminer tips now!

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10 simple tips and tricks that will make your life better as a Soundminer user! If you are new to Soundminer, please enjoy these 10 simple tips that will help you get started - and welcome to the community!

If you already happen to be a loyal Soundminer user, feel free to test your knowledge. Who knows, you might still pick up a new trick here and there.

Okay, let's go to the Soundminer tips now!

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Stallion Sound Effects Library - by Alan Splet and Ann Kroeber

Pro Sound Effects releases the new Stallion Horse Sound Effects Library, created by film sound legend Alan Splet and Ann Kroeber.

Stallion provides 89 unique horse sound effects, such as gallops, canters, trots but also a nice selection of vocalization sounds like complaining whinnies, horse laughter, snorts, grunts and other things, horses do.

So, let's whinny??

Read more about the Stallion Horse Sound Effects Library by Alan Splet and Ann Kroeber

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Trekking in the jungle in Hsipaw. After nightfall it will be pitch-dark in the Burmese jungle and eeiry beings awaken. How big may this cricket be?

Recorded in the jungle of Hsipaw, Myanmar.

More jungle adventures can be found here

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Jungle trekking is a great experience and an excellent alternative to travelling on muggy busses. A hike through the jungle has a refreshing effect on body and soul -- and even if it might seem a bit arduous in the moment, you will have plenty of stories to tell later on.

Again and again you meet the typical asian cricket chorus. Large groups of crickets chirp together and stop chirping like on a secret commando.

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The Myanmar Atmosphere Sound Library contains the rural sounds of Myanmar, bundled in an own sound library. The Myanmar Atmospheres Sound Library contains 45 audio tracks with more than 90 minutes of audio material in High Definition Stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound and brings you typical Burmese sounds from the rural parts of Myanmar, the forests and jungles, recorded by day and night.

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The blue-throated barbet is a typical element of the Burmese ambient soundscape. This jolly little bird belongs to the sparrow family and makes a unique cooing sound that can be heard in Burmese forests and also cities. This bird generally is part of a very vocal flock that enjoys cooing all day long.

If you actually manage to spot a blue-throated barbet, you can count yourself lucky, as it is bird that is often only heard, not seen.

Read more about the trip in the Burmese jungle

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Follow us on a four-week journey through Myanmar. Sweat in Yangon, sweat in Mandalay, cool down in airy temples, air-conditioned cafés or Mrs Popcorns cozy garden.

Visit the jungle in Hsipaw, float in the hot air balloon over the monuments in Bagan at dawn and much more. In Myanmar, there are still many travel adventures waiting. Why not making an odyssey to Mrauk-U by bus??

But first we go to Yangon and Myanmar's sanctuary: the Swedagon Pagoda.

Let's go!

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Brand new and available since today: The new Avosound sound library Burmese Soundscapes contains more than 150 audio tracks from total four Burmese sound and atmosphere collections from Avosound. Let's go to the rural site of Myanmar with the Myanmar Atmospheres sound library, discover the jungle and hear the sounds of typical burmese birds and crickets.

All city sounds are collected in the City Soundscapes Myanmar sound effects library, including sounds from several Burmese cities, while the two cities of Yangon and Mandalay being available as own compact collections.

All Burmese Libraries are reduced through the next days!

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