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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.
I really enjoyed the making of this course. I hope you have enjoyed watching it as much as I enjoyed making it. And I hope you've found the information and techniques useful. If you think you might like to get more involved in music editing, a great place to start is by getting involved with as many projects as you can, and remember to always follow your musical intuition and have fun along the way. If you would like to learn more about Pro Tools, check out Pro Tools 9 Essential Training with David Franz on lynda.com. I'd like to give special thanks to the film makers of Eli and to Simon Hunter for the exceptional elements we use throughout this course.
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