Have you ever brought in an audio clip and have known right off the bat that the audio levels need to be adjusted across the board? It might be too hot or to quiet. What can you do to fix it? In this movie, authors Richard Harrington and Cheryl Ottenritter walk you through how to use the Gain command in Adobe Premiere Pro.
- Cheryl, sometimes I bring a clip in,…and I know it's wrong to begin with.…A lot of stock music just comes in really hot.…Or I get some nat sounds and they're really kind of low.…Is there anything I can do to just make a quick fix…at a clip level without having to drag lines up and down…and grab key frames.…- Clip gain is very handy on many different levels.…For instance, you can level out dialogue between each other,…make sure the clip gain is similar to each other…so when you get into mixing you're not struggling with that.…Your low nats, you can raise it by using clip gain.…
And music, the music that's always up at zero.…If you instantly take it down by 10 db on your clip gain…then you can easily get to an easier level with your mix.…Clip gain is not the same as volume though, Rich.…And you shouldn't confuse the two.…- Right, what we're really doing here,…if I'm understanding you correctly,…is we're modifying it sort of before we hit the timeline.…It's like we're changing how we're interpreting the clip…
- 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
Audition CC 2017 Essential Trainingwith Paul Murphy5h 32m Beginner
Introduction to Video Dialogue Editingwith Ashley Kennedy3h 14m Intermediate
Audio for Video: 2 Tips & Techniqueswith Jeff Jacoby28m 24s Intermediate
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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