Open Adobe Audition. Go to FILE > IMPORT and import the audio track. Go to EFFECTS >STEREO IMAGERY > CENTER CHANNEL EXTRACTOR. Click on PRESETS and choose LIFT VOCALS 10db. Change Side Chanel Levels to -48 (the right side column). To save this file Go to FILE > EXPORT FILE > Name file > change location to your folder > format should be WAV or MP3 SELECT OK
Camera Shots, Angles and Movements
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In filmmaking, a montage is an editing technique in which shots are placed close together, in an often fast-paced fashion, that compresses time and conveys a lot of information in a relatively short period.
Narrative sprints It takes a lot of time to tell a story. Maybe you need to show the downfall of a powerful company -- you could do in a series of scenes where employees frantically shred documents, FBI agents raid their offices, and interrogate its CEOs, but if you want to condense that time, you might want to use a montage in which all these things happen in mere seconds rather than minutes.
Training montage Classic. Not much needs to be said about this one, since even if you don't really know what a montage is, you know what a training montage is. Basically, they work to shorten the time it takes a character to "put on their armor": working out to become stronger, practicing to gain a new skill, etc.
Joke delivery A montage can be used to condense time and space, but they can also be used to serve up a nice punch line. This is less of a "genre" of montage -- it's more like a "subgenre", since they serve a larger narrative purpose, like shortening time, etc., but they're packaged inside of a joke. Filmmakers do this all the time and it's a good way to add comedy to an otherwise neutral segment in a film.