Audio Optimization & Design for Extreme Sports Videos
Having intense and impressive footage for your project is good, but many times it is ruined by the sound chosen to accompany it. The best rule is to make sure there is no audio of bad quality left, and to replace all natural audio with a music track when possible. Here is how to make sure that your audio is good, and what else you should avoid. (...)
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