As we've just brought in that music track, I'm just gonna go to the music that will click to start to play. We'll have that begin the piece, so I'll put it in point. Even though that's not where I wanted to finish, I'm going to insert it into the timeline. I'm assuming I'll put it into the channel, a one and a two, which it has done. Well, I'm going to drag it down to the next channels. For now, D select each of these and now go to the end.
I can drag the sound of the music right to the end of the video. And if I activate those again and play Hello. In this video we looked at my workers nature, exploring my history, the tools I use and the way I work. So obviously at this point, the music is too loud, we'll start to bring the soundtrack down a little bit, so it's not dominating the other tracks. So to do this, we go to the audio tab at the top, and we'll notice that there is a keyframe just added in there. So if I just click on that track there, you can see I've added another one.
And if I go to the end, and do the same, just click here and click there. And then select the actual line. I can bring the soundtrack down equally right across the length of the music. And then if I just come back here and play music is dipped. Obviously we can't hear the audio there. So I'm just going to back Pay again.
Hello. In this video, we look at my work as an editor, exploring my history, the tools I use and the way I work with clients. So morning, everybody, and thank you very much for coming to today. So that seems to be working because the music now has dipped down, and we can now hear the voiceover with the rest of the clips. Obviously, there's no picture in this section here. It's an editor exploring my history, because we still have to add that bit in.
But we've now got the music balance a little bit better. And we can now go back to the Edit part to play around with the rest of materials.