Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Performing frequency analysis, part of EPK Editing Workflows 04: Audio Cleanup and Special Effects.
…I have now organized my multi track in Audition and I am pretty much ready…to begin some analysis here and get on with tidying up and working on my audio.…Premier Pro gives you some pretty reasonable tools for…analyzing audio, but it can't really compete with Adobe Audition, And…I'll give you a couple of examples.…The first is this, the frequency analysis.…I'm going to go to the window menu and I'm going to choose frequency analysis and…it opens up a floating panel.…You can dock this like any other panel in Premiere Pro.…
I'm just going to resize a little bit back to the way things were before and…I think I'll just pull up my files panel and I'm going to pull,…if you can see it narrows this panel in, with my effects rack.…So it's now.…Nice and tidy in my interface.…I'm not so concerned about video for now, but it's fine down there.…The frequency analysis panel gives you amplitude, but…it also gives you that amplitude at specific frequencies.…It's essentially a graph.…So to illustrate this, I'm just going to play a little bit, and as this plays,…
- What can be fixed in post?
- Assessing audio
- Getting audio into Adobe Audition
- Sharing audio between applications
- Reducing noise
- Adjusting audio levels over time
- Using audio effects creatively