Adding music and sound effects


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Adding music and sound effects

Okay, let's take a look at how to add music and sound effects to our iMovie project. Music can dramatically change the mood and tone of your movie, and you're free to drag in any MP3 or iTunes AAC file you want into iMovie. You can either drag them in from some other location on your Mac. Or better yet, if you have your music organized in iTunes, you can access your iTunes Library directly from iMovie. And iMovie itself comes with tons of professionally performed musical pieces, as well as a huge library of sound effects, so you're almost always sure to find something that will enhance your movie project. So let's see how we do this.

Let's start with sound effects. Now, if I listen to the first couple of clips for my project, the sound levels are pretty inconsistent. (video playing) (scrubbing surfboard) (video playing) (birds chirping) (video playing) (truck engine) Now, previously we saw how you can manually adjust the level of volume for multiple clips so they better mat...

Adding music and sound effects
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Adding music and sound effects provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iMovie 11 Essential Training

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Video
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iMovie
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