Posts Tagged ‘audio editing’
New to Premiere? Find out about the easiest ways to insert a title into your timeline, as well as how to create subtitles for your project.
In this practical guide for working video editors, we round up everything you need to know about working with music in your projects.
Track stems can be extremely versatile when layering music in your project. Find out how to use them in Premiere, Final Cut, and DaVinci Resolve.
In this guide, we go over some tips on different ways you can use looped music in your edit to really make your project stand out.
Do you want to eliminate the vocals in your audio track? We’ll go over both the easy way and the hard way to remove them.
The story of the archival footage in Apollo 11 is only the tip of the iceberg — this restorative documentary had plenty of tricks up its sleeve.
PremiumBeat sat down with the composers for American Gods to discuss their process and working with the show in our latest interview.
Want the versatility of stereo recording in your video without breaking the bank or too much setup? Then try out these 3 techniques.
Need to eliminate (and prevent) popping sounds in one of the audio tracks in your edit? We’ll show you how in this video tutorial.
Sometimes, your project needs more than a simple cut, but a flashy transition is too much. Enter the audio ramp-up transition.
As a busy storyteller, you don’t always have time to listen to thousands of music tracks to find the perfect royalty-free music for your video project. Over …
In part 4 of our six-part video series The DaVinci Resolve 15 Crash Course, we take a look at what you can do with your audio on …