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Premiere Pro Guru: Mixing Audio Clips and Tracks

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Overview

Learn how to mix audio, add effects and transitions, edit clip length and speed, and record and export separate audio tracks in Premiere Pro.

Good audio makes for great video, and with Premiere Pro, you can make your audio sound great. In this installment of Premiere Pro Guru, Luisa Winters walks through the process of mixing audio—adjusting levels, adding transitions, and more—and then stepping it up a notch with some commonly used effects, such as EQ, reverb, and de-essing. She also includes tips for changing the length and speed of your audio tracks, recording scratch tracks, and exporting audio separately from video.

Syllabus

Introduction
  • Welcome
  • Using the exercise files
1. Setting Up the Mix
  • Knowing your equipment and setting up your audio
  • Understanding gain and levels
  • What is normalization and when should we use it?
  • Changing the interface to suit your needs
  • Understanding the types of audio tracks
  • Audio channels together? No problem! Separate your audio tracks
2. Mixing Your Sound
  • Understanding audio meters, dynamic range, and clipping
  • Adjusting levels in the Timeline
  • Adding keyframes
  • Understanding audio transitions
  • Audio clip and track mixer: What's the difference?
  • Understanding automation modes, part 1: Read, write, touch, and latch
  • Understanding automation modes, part 2: Read, write, touch, and latch
  • What are submixes and why should I use them?
3. Commonly Used Effects
  • Multiband compressor
  • Limiter
  • EQ
  • Loudness radar
  • Reverb
  • DeEsser
  • DeHummer
  • Understanding pre- and post -faders
  • Use Audition to clean up your audio
  • Healing noise in Audition
  • Using Audition to match the level of your clips
4. Other Audio Editing Tips
  • How do you restore deleted audio?
  • Trim your audio on the go
  • Change the speed of audio, not the pitch
  • Recording a scratch track
  • Exporting audio
5. Essential Sound Panel
  • Introduction to the Essential Sound panel
  • Unify loudness in your audio
  • Repairing your audio
  • Working with music and sound effects clips
  • Creating and modifying presets
6. New and Updated Effects
  • Convolution reverb
  • Distortion
  • FFT Filter
  • Notch Filter
  • Scientific Filter
  • Hard Limiter
  • Pitch Shifter
Conclusion
  • Goodbye

Taught by

Luisa Winters

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