True Love = Explain Everything and iMovie

I used Explain Everything to make this scale building video for my beginner percussion students – once the video was finished, I exported it to my camera roll and opened it up in iMovie where I added sound effects and background music.

There is an option in GarageBand to export music directly to Explain Everything – this may work nearly as well, but without sound effects.

If you are unsure, I am a HUGE FAN OF EXPLAIN EVERYTHING!

Again, I was able to give normal instruction and write or laser point while I was actually creating the video – it is a really neat and extremely functional tool! Try it! You will probably love it – but no way you will love it more than me right now!

Thanks Explain Everything!

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