Musical Pins

Posted in Audio Particles After Effects Inspiration by aescripts + aeplugins on March 28, 2018

Nice audio visualizer using Stardust and Crossphere Bokeh by friedpixels aka James Ramirez 

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Learn how easy it is to create a dynamic audio visualizer using Stardust in #AfterEffects by Noble Kreative

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Learn how to time-remap a video in sync with the music. The key idea is to make the video move forward at the beats and stop in-between them. For the beat detection we use our Premiere Pro extension BeatEdit which detects the beats automatically and generates markers for them. In After Effects we will use the “Increment at Marker 1D” iExpression to change the video timing at each of those markers.

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In this quick tutorial, you will learn how to access the 100 sounds effects that are included in the free version of Squash & Stretch.  You will also learn how to use QuickImporter to quickly browse and import them into Premiere Pro and/or Audition

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Edit to the Beat with BeatEdit for Premiere Pro

Posted in Audio Tutorials by Premiere Bro on February 12, 2018

Nice in-depth review/tutorial on BeatEdit for Premiere Pro

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How to Accurately Cut and Edit Music in Premiere Pro

Posted in Audio Tutorials by mamoworld on February 6, 2018

Learn how you can edit music in Premiere Pro very easily to fit your video using BeatEdit

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Beneath the surface

Posted in Audio Particles After Effects Inspiration by aescripts + aeplugins on November 13, 2017

Audio reactive experimental animation using Plexus, Data Glitch and Separate RGB by friedpixels

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In this one minute tutorial we use the automatic beat detection of BeatEdit for Premiere Pro to create markers at the beats of your music and then import the markers in After Effects. These markers are very helpful when timing your animations ti fit nicely to the music. 

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A transition between two songs sounds much better, if their beats are in sync. This is only possible, if both songs have the same tempo. In this tutorial, you learn how to use BeatEdit for Premiere Pro for a quick and reliable way to match the tempo of two songs and align their beats properly such that you can create smooth transitions between them.

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Tutorial: Beats are not at peaks

Posted in Audio After Effects Tutorials by mamoworld on November 29, 2016

The beats of a song are not always located exactly at peaks visible in the waveform, an interesting little fact that even experienced video editors are often not aware of. In this tutorial you'll learn the details and how BeatEdit for Premiere Pro can help.

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Beat Matching in Premiere Pro and Audition

Posted in Audio Tutorials by mamoworld on September 1, 2016

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 using BeatEdit for Premiere Pro to do the beat detection and Adobe Audition to change the speed of the song without creating a pitch shift.

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TypeMonkey: Auto-Sync VO with Premiere Pro

Posted in Audio Animation After Effects Tutorials by Orrin Zucker on September 10, 2013

This tutorial shows how quickly and easily TypeMonkey Kinetic Type Generator for After Effects will automatically sync to voice overs using Premiere Pro (or Soundbooth) Analyze Content feature. Expert knowledge of After Effects or Premiere Pro not required. There's also some great tips on how to enhance the final look.

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In this After Effects Tutorial we create a talking tree. While this is usually a lot of manual work and requires a lot of keyframes to animate the mouth, we are going to automate it with the tool Auto Lip-Sync.

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Create an Audio Reactive Logo Reveal

Posted in Audio After Effects Tutorials by mamoworld on May 29, 2012

In this tutorial, learn how to create a logo animation using After Effects and various tools from the Trapcode Suite. To make the animation react in sync to the audio, we combine Trapcode Sound Keys with Audio iExpression

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This tutorial shows how to use iExpressions and 3D Extruder to make a sound syncronized kinetic type animation. Watch for the use of Zorro to help keep the timeline organized and improve the workflow.

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