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Submixes for routing and stem mixing

Submixes for routing and stem mixing: Premiere Pro Guru: Working with Audio
Submixes for routing and stem mixing: Premiere Pro Guru: Working with Audio

One way to keep audio tracks organized by the subject matter is by creating submixes. What are submixes? How do you create them in Adobe Premiere Pro? Do you need to be careful with how tracks are laid out? In this movie, authors Richard Harrington and Cheryl Ottenritter explain what submixes are and how to use them for routing and stem mixing.

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Skill Level Intermediate
3h 27m
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Audio for Video Video Video Editing Premiere Pro

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