Fairlight Audio Technology for Professional Finishing

Sep 10, 2017

With Blackmagic's acquisition of Fairlight, a time-tested audio technology, DaVinci Resolve 14 is built to be a powerful post-production audio tool for film and broadcast.

Couldn't run DaVinci Resolve on your laptop? You might be able to now, with Blackmagic's recent announcement that they have made processing 10x faster through CPU and GPU optimizations. Not only that—Blackmagic is dropping the price of the software from $999 to a $299 license and doing away with those pesky dongles.

Most importantly, with Blackmagic's acquisition of Fairlight, a time-tested audio technology, DaVinci Resolve 14 is built to be a powerful post-production audio tool for film and broadcast. Basic features include sound editing, mixing and routing, professional busing and multi-format mastering to 3D audio formats like 5.1, 7.1 Dolby and 22.2.

This iteration of Resolve, what Blackmagic is calling "the biggest release in the history of the product," aims to encourage filmmakers and post-production professionals to be able to work together all in one environment.

If you missed this No Film School article earlier this year, check it out at this link: http://nofilmschool.com/2017/04/blackmagic-davinci...


Pictured - Fairlight 2-Bay Console Running DaVinci Resolve 14

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