There are a lot of tools, panels, and workspaces that you can take advantage of in Adobe Premiere Pro. Which ones are best to use when you are mixing your audio? In this movie, authors Cheryl Ottenritter and Richard Harrington point out what aspects of Premiere Pro are best suited for editing audio.
- You know Rich, there's so much on the screen,…sometimes when I open it up,…I'm like where do I start,…how do I configure it to get my mix going?…- Yeah, Premier Pro has a lot of tools and panels,…whether your doing color correcting,…or maybe working on titles,…or media management,…and that's where work spaces come into play.…Now a lot of folks are used to…dragging windows around,…and you can still do that in Premier, if you want,…you can technically undock a panel,…and it becomes free floating,…and you can move all these things around,…but all of the sudden you got a ton of windows everywhere.…
And this is where work spaces come in.…So, we'll go back to the general one here…that most people are familiar with called editing.…And I'll reset that by saying reset to save layout.…This will force everything back to the default layout,…and right now, audio's kind of hard to get to,…it's like well there's our mixer,…but I really can't see that much.…- [Woman] Right.…- [Rich] But across the top here,…we've got great shortcuts right?…
- 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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