We have gotten to the point in our editing here where this movie needs some music, especially the first daydream sequence.…In this movie we'll work through adding a music track and syncing it up to a specific location in the timeline.…In the sound effects movie, we imported audio using File > Import.…In this lesson we'll import music tracks by dragging and dropping from the Desktop.…This is easily possible, but you want to ensure one preference is set in Pro Tools.…Let's go to Pro Tools > Preferences > Processing tab and make sure Automatically Copy Files on Import is checked.…
This will ensure that any files dragged and dropped into the timeline will end up in your Session Audio Files folder.…Otherwise, Pro Tools points to the file on the Desktop, and if you move it or delete it,…it won't be found in our session.…Now on the Desktop, let's grab the music track with the words the trouble within its title,…and we'll drop it into in one of the music tracks.…If we solo the track and listen to this music, you'll notice about one-third of the way through the clip, the drums come in.…
- Setting up your project
- Exporting audio and video
- Editing dialogue
- Fixing hum and broadband noise issues with processing
- Synchronizing sound effects (SFX)
- Automating volume
- Printing the final mix stems
Skill Level Intermediate
Pro Tools: Audio for Film and Videowith Scott Hirsch5h 9m Intermediate
Pro Tools: Mixing and Masteringwith Brian Lee White10h 32m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Editing Dialogue and Location Sound
3. Working with Sound Effects and Music
4. Mixing to Picture
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