Soundslice has excellent YouTube integration — allowing you to create slices that sync with YouTube videos.
Here’s how to create a recording from a YouTube video.
2. In the “YouTube video URL or ID” field, enter the URL of your YouTube video.
3. Click “Add recording,” and you’ll be done. Now it’s ready to sync.
After you create a YouTube recording and see the syncpoint editor, you’ll likely not yet see a waveform. That’s because it can take a while for our system to generate a waveform for YouTube videos. But have no fear — the syncpoint editor is still fully functional even if the waveform is missing.
Here’s what you can do if your slice has a YouTube recording and that YouTube video has since been removed.
(Don’t worry, your notation/tab data will remain untouched as you take any of the following steps.)
Follow the same steps as above. Just use an MP3 recording as opposed to a YouTube recording.
In this situation, unfortunately your slice won’t be able to have a real audio recording anymore. However, you’ll at least still be able to hear the music with our synthetic playback.
To clean things up and prevent confusion for anybody viewing your slice, we recommend editing the slice and deleting its recording.