Thursday Apr 23, 2020

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Tips for

Editing Source Music

When you want your music, or, for that matter, any sound, to live inside the environment of your piece, use a…
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By Film Editing Pro
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When you want your music, or, for that matter, any sound, to live inside the environment of your piece, use a combination of EQ and reverb. Watch the video or check out the tutorial below! So what does it mean when music lives inside a specific environment when it comes to editing? As an editor, you are usually striving to make any source music blend seamlessly with the fictional world of your film. In that scene, the music volume, EQ changes, and reverb tweaks progressively take us from the perspective of the gamer to that of Martin entering the store.

To make sure your source music sounds right, remember that different locations or spaces can have more or less reverb depending on their size. Let dig deeper and see how to recreate this effect in our editing by using the famous dance….

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