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By David Franz | Thursday, December 15, 2011
Ever wanted to know how music gets edited into TV shows and movies? In Music Editing for TV and Film in Pro Tools, Skye Lewin shows you how putting music under picture is both an art and a science.
In this course, Skye will discuss how to edit and maneuver audio in Pro Tools, edit music to picture, create alternate audio edits, conform an edit to a picture if the scene has shifted, perform special effects, and use QuickTime to present edit revisions. He also discusses ways to utilize navigation, viewing, editing techniques, and key commands to speed up your editing process so you can focus more time on being creative.
The video used for demonstration in this course is a short film entitled Eli, starring David Anders (Alias, Heroes, 24, Once Upon A Time) and the music used is from composer Simon Hunter (CSI, Burn Notice, Iron Man trailer, Fast 5 trailer).
Watch here as Skye shows his techniques for creating an alternate music edit for a particular scene in the film:
Check out Music Editing for TV and Film in Pro Tools in the Online Training Library® today, and look out for new training on the leading digital audio workstations coming soon!
Interested in more?
• All Pro Tools courses on lynda.com
• All audio courses on lynda.com
Suggested courses to watch next:
• Audio for Film and Video with Pro Tools 9
• Mixing and Mastering with Pro Tools
• Jason Bentley’s Twilight Remix: Start to Finish
• Pro Tools 9 Essential Training
With online video courses at lynda.com, you can reach your goals faster. Learn software, improve your skills, and get an inside look at how the professionals work.
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