Good Audio Program Under $50?

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    You might want to look into some Magix products. They’ve evolved since the early Music Maker days.

    Stefan.

    #81632 Reply

    cakewalk’s music creator2 is only $39. it does some very, very cool stuff… including syncing multiple audio tracks to an AVI file.
    http://www.cakewalk.com

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    I had no idea Music Creator had the ability to sync to video. That’s your program, IceMan. I can heartily recommend Cakewalk products. They’re usually quite easy to use and learn. I personally use Sonar, Cakewalk’s flagship product.

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    cakewalk’s music creator2 is only $39. it does some very, very cool stuff… including syncing multiple audio tracks to an AVI file.
    http://www.cakewalk.com

    Wow, thanks for the help, Jeff! I looked at the site, and there’s lots of programs for around $40. Since I’m probably gonna end up buying this program that Revmen recommended, which one exactly were you talking about? I don’t want to get the wrong program.

    Thanks a lot, Jeff.
    :wink
    And thanks, Revmen for the tip.

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    I found CakeWalk’s Music Creator 2 on their site. But it looks like it’s for making and recording music – I’m looking for a program that can hold a play different sounds and effects then put it in my animation, so my brickfilm will have more than just one sound at a time. :? Sorry, guys.

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    Cakewalk music creator can do that. If you put your movie in AVI form, you can sync any of the music or sounds you want to it.

    The ability to produce music would be a bonus for you. You can either import pre-existing music or make your own. When you’re done, you can export a single audio file that contains your entire soundtrack, music and sound effects all together, all perfectly in sync with your animation.

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    When you’re done, you can export a single audio file that contains your entire soundtrack, music and sound effects all together, all perfectly in sync with your animation.

    Rev, when it’s all in one soundtrack do you think I can import it into WMM2 (since it only holds one audio track)? ‘Cause if it would work, that is totally what I need! I hope it’s not too hard to sycronize all the different sounds to my animation though.

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    Yep.

    First you’d put all of your video clips together and make one AVI with WMM.

    Then you import that AVI into Music Creator and proceed to add sound effects and music to go with it. From Music Creator you export a single wav file that has all of the sound for your movie.

    Then you put that sound file into your WMM project and export the finished product.

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    Wow! It sounds perfect. I think I’ll get it! :D

    Thanks to everyone who at least posted a response to this thread, especially Revmen, I think my brickfilming days are gonna be a lot easier!

    Thanks again,
    IceMan

    #82073 Reply
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    “RevMen” wrote: This is more than your budget, but for $100 Sony has their Vegas Movie Studio, which is a scaled down version of Vegas +DVD. I personally use Vegas to edit my films, and it’s a fantastic tool. I’ve never used the Movie Studio, so I don’t know what features it has or how comparable it is to Vegas.

    http://mediasoftware.sonypictures.com/P … sp?PID=932

    This may actually prove to be the perfect movie editing software for brickfilmers, as it seems to have the flexibility and usability of Vegas, plus the ability to burn DVDs. It could be the thing people turn to after they’re done using their pirated versions of Premiere. If it’s anything like Vegas, it’ll totally pwn everything else in this price range (Pinnacle, Ulead, etc).

    Kinda offtopic, but I highly reccomend Vegas Movie Studio.I tried the Free Trial, it’s by far the best editing program you can get at that price.The only real downside is that you cannot create unlimited layers of video and music like Vegas 4.0, but you still get three audio layers and three video layers.Once I get $100 I’m definetly getting it for my latest project.

    And yes, it does pwn Ulead.

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