In this video, learn how to use the DeEsser in Adobe Premiere Pro to clean up audio.
- [Narrator] Go ahead an open sequence three point two … De-Esser and now play the timeline. … - [Computer] Seward is beautiful Alaska coastal town. … - [Narrator] You can hear in this audio file … that there is a quality of it that it just sounds … the s's a little bit too much. … This sound is know as sibilance, … and is produced by a combination … of voice quality, in other words … how the person talks, and mic placement. … Luckily for us, there are ways to get rid of this sibilance. … Let's go ahead and click on the audio file. … And then in the essential sound panel, … classify it as dialogue. … In here, you're going to see that under repair, … there is a section for de-ess. … Let's go ahead and make this a little bit wider. … All we have to do is click on the checkbox here for de-ess, … and then as the clip plays, … we will be able to change the value … of the de-esser simply by either typing the number … or scrubbing the value in here. … Let's go ahead and do that. … Play the clip, and as it plays, scrub this number. …
- 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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