Let's add two more Connected clips to the Bump in the Night sequence. This time, you'll add sound effects of a
child's giggling to further communicate the idea that there is someone in the room playing tricks on Katie. To
access the audio files, double-click the Craft of the Cut disc image to mount it.
1. Open the Audio folder inside the Pranks Media Event in the Event Library and select the Collection
named Joseph Darcey-Alden (Jason).
2. Open the Bump in the Night Project in the Timeline by double-clicking on it in the Project Library.
3. Select the audio file Jason Giggles-01 in the Event Browser and position the playhead at 30 seconds and
4 frames on the Primary Storyline.
4. Edit Jason Giggles-01 to the Timeline by pressing Q. The audio file attaches below the Primary Storyline
as a Connected clip.
5. Select the audio file Jason Giggles-02 in the Event Browser and position the playhead at 42 seconds and
15 frames on the Primary Storyline.
6. Edit Jason Giggles-02 to the Timeline by pressing Q on the keyboard. You should now have two Connec-
ted clips below the Primary Storyline, as shown in Figure 7.7.
7. Play back the section to see the results.
Figure 7.7 Two audio clips connected to the Primary Storyline.
As you've seen, Secondary Storylines provide a convenient way to group related clips into a single editable
unit. Nevertheless, a few drawbacks arise once you start incorporating individual audio clips into your se-
quence. In the previous section, you added two sound effects as Connected clips to the Bump in the Night se-
quence. The second of these audio clips (Jason Giggles-02) occurs during the playback of the Secondary St-
oryline and is associated with that part of the screen action. However, the audio clip itself is attached to the
Primary Storyline and if you were to move the Secondary Storyline further along the Timeline, the audio would