Adding sound effects and music


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Adding sound effects and music

In the previous movie we concentrated on organizing our sound clips in Pro Tools. In this movie we'll look at adding outside audio to our project to enhance it. So let's say we decided we want to chain one of the music cues in the piece. I'm going to show how to import audio from outside Pro Tools and place it in the timeline. The method that offers the most control is to go to File > Import > Audio. Here we see the import dialog box. In this box we can audition the source audio and even control the volume as we listen.

(music playing) We can also see info about its properties. Notice the sample rate is 44.1 kilohertz and remember our session is at 48 kilohertz. Once we decide this is the audio we want, we will choose Convert. It should be converted rather than added since it has a mismatching file type and sample rate. But you could choose Add and Pro Tools 10 will now allow mismatched audio types all in one session, though I like to keep everything the same if I can.

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Adding sound effects and music
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Adding sound effects and music provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Audio Post Workflow with Final Cut Pro X v10.0.9 and Pro Tools

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