In this tutorial, we're going to be looking at how to create and build a liquid based sphere using After Effects and Trapcode Form all while trying to make it look organic. We'll also create it to react to our own audio file to add more use and fun to it. The tutorial will use many of the Trapcode Suite products such as Trapcode Particular and Trapcode Shine, which you can purchase at RedGiantSoftware (http://www.redgiantsoftware.com/). If you don't have Particular or Shine, you could alternatively use CC Particle World and CC Light Burst.
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