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You could certainly do it in After Effects. If you convert the audio levels to keyframes you can then use expressions / the pickwhip to drive the opacity of the layers. After Effects is not free. I wouldn't be surprised if it was possible in Fusion (freemium) and certainly other compositing tools like Nuke or Apple Motion. Natron, (free) may have the ...


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