Virtual Ensemble

Edited: February 3, 2021, 6:49 PM · My teacher is trying to find software that will allow him to merge recordings from his student ensemble into the same recording. This is both video and audio, and we've all seen examples on YouTube where this has been done with both choirs and ensembles of very different sizes & types. I'm in his ensemble, and he thinks this would be a good way to allow us some type of semblance of "playing together".

He has software and has been exploring his options and troubleshooting, but his software isn't getting him where he needs to be. He has contacted the software company and their suggested fixes isn't working. Has anyone here done this and have a suggestion regarding software for merging audio AND video together where the audio and video remains synced? I said I would ask and report back any suggestions that might pop up.

Thanks in advance!

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February 3, 2021, 3:51 PM · Da Vinci Resolve is pretty good!

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