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Another Attempt at mixing audio and video- Dueling Banjos

This is my latest attempt, still not perfect, but better than the last time I recorded dueling banjos. I still feel like the timing is off in several parts. Enjoy!

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Dude. That. RIPPED!
I mean, that’s the coolest thing I’ve seen in months! Your banjo ending to the song was brilliant!
I especially loved how while you were playing guitar, snow started falling offa the tree! (0:42).
I went back and watched it a coupla more times just to make sure I really saw that.
Brilliant job!

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Great Job Harrison

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Awesome! That’s talent right there! Picking and editing… you just singlehandedly cancelled all banjo jokes ever… lol. Great job!

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I LOVED that! Playing & mixing! :grin::+1:t2:way to go!!

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Thanks Everyone!

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Very entertaining. Thanks for posting!

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Great work, very impressive!

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Great job. What software were you using?

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Thanks! I am using garageband on an iphone to mix audio, then export it to a computer, and record the video while listening to get the tempo right. I then layered the audio and video in windows movie maker.

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Great job, Harrison! Dueling banjos was the first 2 track I ever recorded, back when all I had was a duel cassette deck. This just blows mine away. Very creative. Maybe next time you can play with throwing in some split screen, too. :slight_smile:

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That might be a little above my level…

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Nah. Most video editors can do split screen pretty easily. Just google it and you’ll find tons of info on it.

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Except for the vintage version of imovie that’s on my computer. It’s impossible

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What version of iMovie are you running? I did split screen with iMovie years ago.

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I can’t do that in windowws movie maker either.

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Have you tried something like this?

Skip the first minute or so of that video. It’s just annoying.

I can see you putting your camera on a tripod, then standing on either side of the frame of the video, then blending the two videos together with this transition effect so it looks like there are 2 of you in the same room. :grin:

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Now split screens for me either…civics & software is just too old…

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Don’t forget there are always free solutions.

The last 2 projects I worked on were done with the free version of LightWorks.

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Das ist gut!

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