Do you need to repair audio and perform some audio sweetening? In Premiere Pro, you can do this by using the Essential Sound panel. The Essential Sound panel gives you a lot of tools to perform almost any task of mixing and repairing audio. In this video, learn how to use the Essential Sound panel to do just that.
- [Instructor] In Premier Pro, … we will preform most of our audio repairing and sweetening … using the essential sound panel. … The essential sound panel gives us a great deal of tools … to perform almost any task of mixing and repairing audio. … Let's go ahead and open the Premier Pro project … included with your exercise files. … Once it opens, if you don't see the essential sound panel, … go to window, essential sound, … or simply change the workspace to that of audio. … For that go to window, workspaces, and choose audio. … Your going to see the essential sound panel here … on the right hand side of your screen. … In here you can see dialog, music, … sound effects, and ambiance. … Which is how you can classify your audio. … Lets go ahead and open sequence 1.1. … In the project panel, expand sequences, expand chapter one. … And double click on 1.1. … You will see now in the timeline, … that I have several clips of audio. … The first one is music. … (music) … The second one is narration. …
- Audio basics in Adobe Premiere Pro
- Processing audio levels with the Essential Audio panel
- Best practices for mixing audio
- Using audio transitions
- Reducing noise and reverb
- Enhancing your audio
- Legalizing levels for broadcast
Skill Level Beginner
1. Basics of Audio
2. Mixing Audio
3. Repairing Audio
4. Enhance Your Audio
5. Legalizing Levels for Broadcast
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