Download these FREE & paid Audio spectrum and sound visualizer templates for Adobe After Effects. They come with 7 unique templates that are customizable for any resolution and they're easy to use even if you’re a beginner!
Here’s how to visualize adobe after effects audio waveform in Real-time using 2 FREE and 5 paid audio spectrum templates. We've created these two video templates to help you create a sound visualizer within a few minutes. All you need to do is replace the placeholder text with your own, then import and connect your audio. You may also want to edit the background layers and other effects included in the composition, but that’s just optional. These templates include a variety of different effects which can be removed and/or added to your preference.
This unique 3D audio visualizer attaches to any surface! simply create a few tracking points, then link it to the composition to see it work. If you're using FCPX, you can download other versions of this audio visualizers template here.
This bundle includes 3 fully customizable sound waveform templates which can be resized to any resolution, just like the other templates in this pack. Use in combination with a prism effect for the most aesthetic sound spectrum for your video!
This drag and drop plugin created by AEJuice let's you design Audio spectrums for you song in just a few clicks!
Create A Sound Waveform Effect in less than 5 Minutes! This template may require several hours of manual editing as it precisely synchronizes each musical element with an on-screen effect.
Using this template, you can individually synchronize kicks, snares, high hats, melody, chord progression and other music timeline elements to visual elements inside of After Effects. It would really help to use MIDI files to identify where each note sits on the timeline. Simply open them up in FL Studio, Ableton or any other DAW and simply transfer the time codes from the soundtrack into After Effects. If this seems like too much effort, you also have the option to use the audio waveform effect over the background to create a more simple but less aesthetic music visualizer effect.
You can use this audio visualizer as a background for any music project, but just remember to customize the text and other background layers if necessary. You can simply double click on the pre-comp which is labeled “background” to add in your own image/video to us instead of the placeholder.
Compared to the V1 music visualizer, this template is more simple but it looks just as good. The only difference is that this music visualizer does not synchronize individual layers and effects to the beats of a song, instead it uses a waveform effect that follows the loudness.
If you're looking for more cool audio spectrum effects for After Effects and/or Premiere Pro, then you should try out one of these custom templates. These templates are easier to use than the two listed above. That’s because they include on-screen guides which tell you exactly how to use them.
Music visualization is an art form that combines visual arts and music. Visual art is used to decorate space and music is used to decorate time. By combining the two elements together, we can truly immerse ourselves in the emotions created by the sound and visual elements. It allows musical and digital artists to create new forms of expression by combining different senses in a way that was never possible before softwares like After Effects even existed.