After introducing “AudioSwap,” a YouTube feature that let you replace a video’s soundtrack for free with a song from YouTube’s library of sound tracks. Google today sharing a improvements to “YouTube Audio Editing” features including:
- “You asked for more tracks, and our library of songs now includes more than 150,000 tracks–and growing!
- You can now mix music into your video’s soundtrack at levels ranging from “soft background” to “completely replace.”
- Our “featured tracks” make it easy to find the best songs across genres for a variety of moods.
- We’ve revamped the Audio Editing user interface to make it easier to use,” informs Bob Glickstein, Software Engineer.
Here’s a look:
These improvements will be available over the next day to all creators around the world.
Glickstein, says that these are only the first in a series of exciting improvements they have planned for Audio Editing. Stay tuned for more updates (and tunes!).
To try it out, go to Video Manager > Edit > Enhancements > Audio.
Here’s a video demonstration of YouTube Audio Editing: