During these times of Coronavirus, crowd-sourced music video projects - where people record themselves at home - have become
very popular. The virtual InstaChoir by Jordan Travis and Mike Odendahl is one such project, on a rather impressive scale:
We just released BeatEdit for Adobe Audition! Just like its siblings, BeatEdit for After Effects and BeatEdit for Premiere Pro, it detects beats in your music and generates markers for them. This means you can easily match the tempo of two songs, edit your music, and seamlessly loop tracks – all with just a few clicks.
In this tutorial we cover an interesting little fact that also experienced video editors are often not aware of:
The beats of a song are not always located exactly at peaks visible in the waveform. Sometimes they are located slightly before or after them.