How to use the PERFECT music in your videos

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1y May 19, 2020

I LOVE music but finding and using it correctly in your videos can be massively time-consuming. In this video, I share my experiences and knowledge of how I do it. There is a big chunk of this XXXL video where I go through specific pieces of work and explain my choices.

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Links to examples as shown in the video:

"Charmolipi" https://youtu.be/XNI9gYNntBM
"Distance" https://youtu.be/99bdFARlmek
"Good Friday" https://youtu.be/aQGcwbYxUec
"Sony FX9 review" https://youtu.be/lV5BkGIAhBo
""Zhiyun Weebill S review" https://youtu.be/vDEEpJ9aO2g
"A fair chance" https://youtu.be/tRgPl98UWlo
"The Castle in the snow:" https://youtu.be/IcPZwSjg
"Skiathos with the DJI Mavic 2 Pro" https://youtu.be/E9qAiGNaeMU
"The Skiathos Cats series" https://bit.ly/2UBD8ck
"The Telescope" https://youtu.be/QjEQ7NPFcLQ
"Tre Gioni a Firenze" https://youtu.be/4pD-z9yPicA
"Orcas with DJI Mavic Pro" https://youtu.be/Anj9W4h_IGs
"The Aurora and the Whales" https://youtu.be/FJb7PthzOOk
"Western Digital my Cloud" https://youtu.be/loVBpTE-k5M

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Philip Bloom is a world-renowned filmmaker who, for the past 10 years of his 30-year career has specialized in creating incredible cinematic images no matter what the camera. Some of his most iconic work was created with Canon DSLRs.


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