In this Premiere Pro tutorial you learn how to adjust the tempo of one song to match the tempo of another one in order to create a smooth transition between them. We use the extension BeatEdit for Premiere Pro to do the beat detection and Adobe Audition to change the speed of the song without creating a pitch shift.
We also cover one little but essential detail about audio editing in Premiere Pro: When you want to cut an song exactly at a beat, you often face the problem that the beat is located in-between two frames and by default, Premiere allows to cut at frames only and not in-between them. In order to perform cuts with sub-frame accuracy, you first need to enable the "Show Audio Time units" option of Premiere Pro.
- beat detection
- accurate cuts at beats with sub-frame accuracy
- beat matching
Stock Music Used
The songs used in this tutorial (No Remorse by Delicate Beats and Dance Distinction by Sebastien Greenberg) are kindly provided by PremiumBeat.com. License this music: http://bit.ly/1BJdLc3