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My iMovie® by Cheryl Brumbaugh-Duncan, Craig James Johnston

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6. Adding and Editing Voiceovers, Music, and Sound Effects

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In this chapter, you find out how to add voiceovers, music, and sound effects to movie projects. Topics include the following:

→ Adding a voiceover

→ Adding music from iTunes

→ Adding sound effects

→ Adding audio from GarageBand

→ Editing audio

→ Slowing down or speeding up audio

A movie is nothing without some music, sound effects, and maybe a voiceover. iMovie enables you to add all three of these to your movies and also to edit the audio to get it sounding just the way you need it to.

Recording a Voiceover

A voiceover is a voice track, such as when you narrate or explain what the viewer ...

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