In this Premiumbeat tutorial, Jason Boone helps you lay down that voiceover directly in the timeline in Premiere Pro. He explains each of the record settings and how to setup the file path for your recording. After reading this post, all you'll need is some lemon water for your next Premiere Pro VO recording sesh.
In this exclusive PremiumBeat tutorial, you’ll learn how to record a voice-over directly to your timeline in Adobe Premiere Pro. —Jason Boone, Premiumbeat Blog
Submixes are so convenient. They make global audio adjustments to specific tracks easy by grouping them into one mix. In this Premiumbeat tutorial, Jason Boone shows you how simple it is to create a submix track in Premiere Pro. Submixes are also a great way to create audio stems of your dialogue, music, SFX, etc.
Need to apply audio and effect changes to multiple audio tracks — all at the same time? No problem. Follow these steps to create a submix in Adobe Premiere Pro. —Jason Boone, Premiumbeat Blog
In this episode of VideoRevealed, Colin Smith walks through the workflow of exporting directly from Audition CC using Adobe Media Encoder. This is not just for audio; this is for exporting a video project. The workflow begins in Premiere Pro CC when a sequence is sent to Audition CC via Dynamic Link. (NOTE: Only video is Dynamically Linked.) Colin goes on to show the various settings and presets for exporting the audio mix and video using Adobe Media Encoder.
A complete workflow is available for final output directly to Media Encoder. The video is coming from Premiere Pro using Dynamic Link and the audio is in a multitrack project in Audition. NOTE: If you change the audio in Premiere Pro, you will need to send to Audition again as it will not update. —VideoRevealed
Improve the audio in your Premiere Pro CC project by using Dynamic Link with Audition CC. Mike Russell of Music Radio Creative walks through the steps of sending audio in a Premiere Pro CC sequence to Audition CC using Dynamic Link. Once in Audition CC, Mike demonstrates the power of Match Loudness to make the levels of clips more even. Then he shows how to add crossfades and EQ before sending the audio back to Premiere Pro CC.
It's so easy to make Adobe Premiere Pro audio from video sound better. Using Dynamic Link and the Creative Cloud audio software Adobe Audition you'll breeze through the creation of enhanced audio! —Mike Russell, Music Radio Creative
In this high-quality video tutorial, Kevin Anson, founder and frontman of The Video Course, teaches how to improve dialogue in Premiere Pro with a few simple techniques. He adds "steroids" to his dialogue tracks using the presets in Premiere Pro's Multiband Compressor. Kevin also quickly walks through his own audio setup for recording his voiceover, and offers several tips for recording better quality sound.
In this lesson/ tutorial, we'll be covering how to compress your audio in Premiere Pro. I'll show you how to add a Multiband Compressor and a Dynamics filter to enhance your dialogue, compress your narration, and basically improve your audio in Premiere Pro. —Kevin Anson, The Video Course
In this short video, Mike Russell of Music Radio Creative shows how easy it is to retime music using Remix in Adobe Audition CC. In the latest release of Adobe Audition CC, Remix can be found in the Essential Sound panel. Remix lets you shorten or stretch a song to industry standard durations or your own custom target length. Obviously, this tool is ideal for Premiere Pro CC users since Adobe Audition CC comes with their Creative Cloud subscription.
Some cool stuff you can do with Essential Sound in Adobe Audition to remix and stretch any piece of music. —Mike Russell, Music Radio Creative