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- March 9, 2016 at 4:28 PM #89353Le ChefMember
Hello friends, this is my first post and it relates to my first project, which will seem very easy to most of you.
I have a little Canon camera that has very good high def quality, both for video and sound. But I’d like to make videos of myself playing chromatic harmonica and add a touch of reverb and eq.
This is how it looks and sounds now: I am here playing along with a little guitar audio I made on my Mac Photo Booth app. I can make it look a little better with hi def mode, but I want to load the file into a video editor and add reverb. Difficult?
I guess I could play through an amplifier and add reverb there and record that, but I suspect that there is video software that includes sound editing capability.
I have another question but will save it for another thread. Thank you very much.
- March 10, 2016 at 7:46 AM #213653paulearsParticipant
Personally, I’d do audio in an audio editor – the reverb in video ones is a bit basic, if adjustable at all. Audacity is a nice free programme if you are feeling poor.
- March 11, 2016 at 11:00 PM #213672Le ChefMember
Thank you Paul
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