Audio Design Desk Team

Audio Design Desk Wins Big at NAB 2022

Audio Design Desk has won Best of Show and Product of the Year at NAB 2022! The company is not just changing the industry forever, they’re hearing directly from the people being impacted most by the latest innovations to solve sound for video, and using that feedback to form an even better product.

In its 99th year, the NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) show saw some of the greatest innovations and leaps forward in all its years, which only makes the team at ADD all the more proud of their accomplishments there this past week. The NAB convention is where technology, creating, and broadcasting converge, making it the quintessential summit for professionals in the industry. NAB is where people go to see what’s next, where things are heading in the world of ‘content’, and the many ways in which it will be created, distributed and consumed for years to come.

This year’s show saw some truly incredible new technologies, massive improvements and unexpected moves from the 900+ businesses in attendance. Of the more than 900 companies alongside Audio Design Desk, 160 of them were there for the first time to show off something new. This is an exciting time to be in the audio and video production world, for so many reasons.

Thrilled to see people so excited about what Audio Design Desk is doing, and the tools developing around it, here is what the ADD team got up to at NAB 2022.

Introducing ADD Audio Bridge

Audio Design Desk’s native extension for Final Cut Pro, ADD Audio Bridge is a tight integration that enables editors to stay inside their creative flow, to produce better, higher quality work, in a fraction of the time. The extension syncs the Audio Design Desk and Final Cut Pro timelines. This allows for instant data exchange of audio, video, session and marker data, frame rate and time code from one program to another. ADD heavily utilizes Final Cut Pro’s ‘audio roles’ so when footsteps or foley are exchanged from ADD to FCP, Final Cut is able to identify the types of sounds and their connection points with video.

Editors can control many of Audio Design Desks functions from the extension itself such as real time triggers, selection and replacement of sounds, searching for sounds, creating in and out points and loops, scrubbing and framing through the timeline, and volume and pan of regions. There’s even a mini timeline display so editors can visually identify what’s in the Audio Design Desk timeline from the extension. Best of all, you can use Audio Design Desk to virtually connect any DAW to Final Cut Pro so Pro Tools and Logic Pro can now sync and control FCP’s timeline as well.

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 Introducing ADD Audio Bridge: in-depth look at this incredible new tool

Introducing DAW Bridge

DAW Bridge merges the most powerful audio tools with Final Cut Pro. So now editors can mix, master, compose, and deliver from virtually any DAW without leaving the Final Cut Pro timeline. By syncing the audio and video editing timelines, DAW Bridge makes it feel as if the applications are one and the same. Never again will editors have to jump from their video program to their audio programs.

Both of these tools represent a big leap forward for Final Cut Pro users. For the first time, there is an integrated solution for putting audio to video quickly. Audio Design Desk is certainly not done, so stay tuned for more soon!


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