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Chapter 12. Adding Sound > Placing Sounds in the Score

Placing Sounds in the Score

After you import sounds into an internal or external cast, you place them in the score.

Most sounds need more than one frame in the score to play completely. A laser blast might require 20 frames, whereas a musical score could fill hundreds. If you assign a sound too few frames, the sound cuts off abruptly in the movie, but you can extend it to occupy additional frames in the score.


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