Organization is key to editing audio in Adobe Premiere Pro. What are some ways to clean up the Timeline if it was sloppily edited? How do you keep your project tidy as you edit? In this movie, authors Richard Harrington and Cheryl Ottenritter walk you through some tips and tricks for organizing your audio tracks on the Timeline in Premiere Pro.
- (Rich) We mentioned organization earlier.…Now, we're going to walk you through getting organized.…In this case, the sequence was cut a bit sloppily.…Things are all over the place.…And hopefully this will inspire you…to start organized and stay organized all the way through.…So Cheryl, let's open up that sequence and…I imagine you get a lot of sequences like this…that come in to your audio shop for mixing, right?…I'll press the backslash key there…to sort of spread it all out.…- (Cheryl) Exactly. The thing that happens a lot…with different sequences is that…the voices tend to be intermingled a ton,…meaning narration and dialogue are intermingled,…sometimes we get both the lav and the boom…so that we can choose properly which…which mic we want to use,…or maybe we want to blend them.…
So I recommend that you do that,…that you keep both the microphones going…until you are in the mix stage…and make those decisions.…So going back to the beginning.…- (Rich) Sure I'll press the home key here, yeah.…You start with a little music.…
- Setting up your tracks in Premiere Pro
- Organizing tracks on the Timeline
- Adjusting audio levels on the Timeline
- Switching between track and clip control
- Using the Clip Mixer and Track Mixer
- Using submixes for routing and stem mixing
- Adding clip-level effects to audio clips
- EQ for male and female voices
- Removing background noise
- Compressing the master track
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting Off to a Good Start
2. Adjusting Audio Levels on the Timeline
3. Mastering the Mixers
4. Essential Effects
5. EQ, Compression, and Noise Reduction in Action
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