Posts Tagged ‘audio editing’
Whats that sound? Nothing, if you follow these steps to remove hums and other noises in Final Cut Pro X!
Crossfading audio tracks is exceptionally quick and easy in both Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X. Here’s how to go about it.
Need to apply audio and effect changes to multiple audio tracks — all at the same time? No problem. Follow these steps to create a submix in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Song not fitting into your edit? Not a problem. Use the Remix feature in Adobe Audition to automatically rearrange any song to fit any duration.
Meet Project VoCo, Adobe’s new audio editing software that allows you edit speech the same way Photoshop allows you to edit images.
Learn how to perfectly edit and time your music tracks in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Save time and energy by using this method to edit multiple internal camera audio files simultaneously.
It’s super-easy to add epic drama to the end of your projects when you add reverb to your audio.
Watch as two video essay maestros clash in good fun while arguing the pros and cons of contemporary film scores.
Did you forget to record ambient background audio on your last shoot? Use these 100% free ambient background tracks to add atmosphere to your next project.
Learn how to decide which length is right for your commercial spot, and find out how to work with loops and short tracks to recut the same spot three times.
Choosing the right music for a documentary film is crucial to it’s success, so let’s run through some tips on how to make the right musical choice.