Powerful without the overbearing audio compression, (Loudness Wars: Loudness war - Wikipedia ).
Repetitive so can be low level and ignored so as to make the visuals more important.
Minor key for sadness effect.
I'm going to use the track you suggested above in my new video (coming soon), "Roadblocks to a Secure Cyberspace in 2019"..... which I am rendering now (stage one, simple special effects).
That's a great track for a video. Will definitely use "Extreme Metal" for a project sooner than later!
I'm such a noob at this... LOL
Quite often, I listen to a lot of tracks, watch a lot of video clips, and review a lot of specific effects templates without a specific project in mind, then it just all comes together when I decide do create the new project. Sometimes I pick the sound track first, sometimes I write the script first, sometimes I pick the video effects first, since I'm just a novice at this with no specific discipline at all.
Lately, as I get more experienced, I write the script first (the message), then I search for an over all effect (theme, like glitch, or corporate, or grunge, or metal) I like which is normally based on an After Effects or Premier Pro template in my collection or from Motion Array or StoryBlocks which I modify, then I modify Adobe Ae or Pr file(s) to adjust the timing to match the message and desired length, then I add the sound track and adjust the timing of the message and chip to blend in with the sound, then go for videos and images.
While all this is rendering, add the intro and outros to frame the message / theme either in Premier Pro or Camtasia.
I'm new at this, but it's really interesting to do. Motion Array pushes their new content out to YT daily, so I can lounge on the couch with my morning coffee and review all their new stuff on the big screen which looks interesting, and that all is filed away in the back of my mind for future projects.
Maybe you can create some guitar sound tracks for future videos? As long as they are royalty free, I'm good
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