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Let music editor and producer Skye Lewin show you a selection of audio editing techniques for cutting music to picture in this course on Pro Tools. He covers the basics of timecode, syncing a QuickTime movie with the Pro Tools timeline, alignment of music to picture, editing music, and editorial techniques that may require editing rights. The course also covers creating alternative edits, conforming edits, and exporting QuickTime movies for presentation.
Hi! I am Skye Lewin, and welcome to Music Editing for TV and Film in Pro Tools. In this course, we'll look at some tools and techniques for editing music to picture in Pro Tools. We will start by examining some of the basics of timecode and then syncing picture with the Pro Tools timeline. Next, we will look at some navigation, viewing, editing techniques, and key commands that will help you edit more quickly, so you could focus on being creative rather than looking for the right tools. Then we'll walk through creating several music edits, conforming, and creating QuickTimes to present the edits.
Lastly, we'll talk about some special circumstances that may require attaining additional edit rights. So whenever you're ready, let's get started with Music Editing for TV and Film in Pro Tools.
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