Join Paul Murphy for an in-depth discussion in this video Matching loudness between clips, part of Adobe Audition: Mixing Music and Dialog.
- [Instructor] While I'm editing a sequence,…especially one that I know I'll be mixing later,…I try to do the bare minimum of sound work,…just enough that everything is audible…and not hard to listen to.…It can be a challenge, then, when you start combining…clips on a timeline, and they all sound different…from one another, so for example,…I'll go over to my Sequence folder here,…and I'll open up Chapter 01…and go down to 0102 Match Loudness,…and here I have three clips that have been recorded…at different times with different devices…with different people, and they all sound kind of different.…
Some are too loud, some are too soft.…Let's have a listen to these different parts.…- In those top leaderships into.…- Good leader to come in and say, hey, I'm a great leader.…- You're not going to get a lot of web design, you're not.…- [Instructor] So traditionally what you would do…is adjust the volume of each of these clips…so that the highest peak in each one…is hitting about the same point.…This is what's known as the peak amplitude,…
- 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