A skilled content creator knows best, music is a crucial part of video content. If music is edited in the right way and it matches the video, it will provide a big difference in (amazing, good, or poor) the viewer experience.
You might run into several problems with your content and the music you purchased. One problem could be when your content is longer than your music and vice-versa.
You can solve this by cutting into the audio or copy + pasting the track until it is long enough for your video, then crossfade it, but this is the wrong practice. But you know this, because you are a professional, that’s why you are here We could make a tutorial video of the topic, but why, if there is a ton of it on YouTube? So instead of making a new one on this subject, we watched, curated, and collected them together.
This article will reveal how to:
your background music with the methods below.
Looping Music Perfectly in Premiere by Drew Romano
In this video, Drew is talking about his method of pacing the song you like to use over and over again in the cut. His approach is to make a seamlessly looping track from the entire music.
Edit Music for Videos: Looping and Blending Audio Tracks by Justin Brown - Primal Video
In this video, Justin Brown will teach you how to loop and blend tracks to express the mood of the video in a more sophisticated way.
Extend or Shorten Audio in Adobe Premiere Pro by Orange83
In this video, Orange83 shows you how to use Adobe Audition to shorten your track fast.
According to Wikipedia, Adobe Audition, formerly Cool Edit Pro, is a digital audio workstation from Adobe Systems featuring both a multitrack, non-destructive mix/edit environment and a destructive-approach waveform editing view.
+1 Method: Choose an already looped track & don't waste your time with the audio processing
Yeah, we know: you don't have time for unnecessary audio processing. But don't worry! We deliver 4 additional versions of the music you are paying for, so loops are included in your purchase.