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SmartSound Sonicfire Pro 5 is not just soundtrack scoring software, but also a collection of royalty-free music clips that are fully customizable, with features like Mood Mapping and Timing Control. In this workshop, filmmaker Jeff Foster explores the process of selecting and editing the various customizable music libraries using both the web-based Quicktracks and the professional Sonicfire Pro 5 software. Learn how to pull out select instruments and write a complete score of any length you wish. He also introduces a round-trip workflow with a few nonlinear editors and offers tips and tricks for further customizing your soundtracks.
(music playing) Hi, I'm Jeff Foster. I've been a video and commercial motion graphics producer for nearly 20 years. And I've been using Smart Sound since the late 90s. And I've watched them continue to grow over the years. In this video workshop, I'll show you how to find just the right music soundtrack for your production, using Smart Sounds online library, and the customization capabilities of Quick Tracks. We'll explore their standalone software editor, Sonicfire Pro, with incredible features like timing control, and mood mapping, to control various instruments and song arrangements within multi-layer tracks.
I'll show you to use Sonicfire Pro with your video editing software in a round trip workflow, plus tips and tricks for further customizing your soundtracks. I'm excited to share these lessons, plus my own tips and techniques, to get truly unique and customized soundtracks for your video and motion graphics projects. So turn up those speakers and let's dive in.
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