Join Paul Murphy for an in-depth discussion in this video Configuring your clip audio channels, part of Adobe Audition: Mixing Music and Dialog.
- [Speaker] Before you even begin editing in Premier,…it's a good idea to make sure the channel configuration…of your audio clips is correct.…This is because once you add a clip…to your timeline, you have less options…to choose from, and then once you send your sequence…to Audition, you won't be able…to change the configuration at all.…So, for example, if I find a music clip in my project,…I'll just go over to this audio bin, into music,…and what I'm going to do is double click this…Liberty remix file to open it up in my source monitor.…And what I can see just by looking at it is…that it has two channels.…
And if I look over here on the left you can see…I've got L and R, so this is the left speaker…and this is the right speaker.…And this is because this piece…of music has a stereo mix.…If I drag this into my timeline,…I'll just click and drag it over here,…and I'll just zoom into it a little bit…so I can see it clearer.…I can see that what I have is one clip…with two channels inside of it.…And I can confirm this is a stereo mix…
- Fixing recording issues such as clipped audio and background noise
- Enhancing dialog with compression and EQ
- Automating music levels
- Setting the right levels for venue
- Exporting your mix back to your editing project