Join Luisa Winters for an in-depth discussion in this video Reverb, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Mixing Audio Clips and Tracks.
- A reverb effect is a room simulator.…It imitates the characteristics of a place…and adds the necessary changes to the audio…to give the audience the illusion that the sound is coming…from a room of a particular size and acoustical properties.…Let's go ahead and open Sequence 3.4.…If you play the timeline, you're going to hear…that this is a narration.…- ...every year. It offers visitors an up close…and personal Alaska adventure.…
- And maybe we want to put the voice…of this narration inside of a great hall.…For that, let's go ahead and add reverb.…Go to the Effects panel,…and in the Search field, just type "rev"…and you will see reverb.…So it just takes the first couple of characters…and it starts showing you already the results…so there's no need to write the entire word reverb.…Let's go ahead and add it to the clip.…With the clip selected let's go to the Effect Controls panel…and let's click on the Edit button for the Reverb effect.…
As it plays, and let's go ahead and loop the playback,…we will be able to change the rooms using the presets.…
- Knowing your tools
- Setting up audio in Premiere Pro
- Adjusting audio levels in the Premiere Pro timeline
- Adding keyframes
- Working with audio transitions
- Using the Limiter and EQ effects
- Healing noise in Audition
- Trimming audio on the go
- Recording and exporting audio
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Setting Up the Mix
2. Mixing Your Sound
Adding keyframes9m 59s
3. Commonly Used Effects
4. Other Audio Editing Tips
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