This is one of his videos called The Project:
I like that approach of crafting narration first. I wonder if that could be done for other types of video? I looked over at the audio podcasting fence and discovered a program called Propaganda.
|Propaganda Audio Podcasting Software|
The software is a self contained audio production studio for those of us that are not audio engineers. You can record audio, import sounds and effects, blend them together and export out to a mp3 or wav audio file.
I watched the software tutorial. It gave me ideas about laying down an audio track and then shooting to the audio.
It could work as a narrative guide to creating concept videos. At $49 the program is affordable. I took a look at other audio podcasting software, some seem technologically abandoned or have changed the focus to cloud services.
Man, I like this software. The frugal side is saying I could do this with Audacity. I could. Yep. No question. But I like this interface and how quickly I could line up the edits and crank out an audio track. When I get time, I'll download the demo and give it a go.