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
In this video tutorial, Colin Smith of VideoRevealed goes in-depth in the Essential Sound panel in Adobe Audition. This is great tutorial for Premiere Pro users who want to leverage the power of Adobe Audition with the ease that only the Essential Sound Panel provides.
The Essentials Sound Panel gives total newbies incredible power to edit and fix audio like a professional engineer. Every setting is also customizable so an audio engineer can setup all the effects with their preferred settings. —VideoRevealed
In this video, Mike Russell of Music Radio Creative shows how to use the Essential Sound panel in Adobe Audition to reduce background noise in an audio clip from Premiere Pro. Mike walks through the steps of sending audio from Premiere Pro to Adobe Audition, cleaning up the audio using the Essential Sound panel, and sending it back to Premiere Pro for final export.
Learn how to remove background noise in Adobe Premiere Pro like an audio professional. Use Dynamic Link and the Essential Sound panel in the latest version of Adobe Audition CC to eliminate background noise from video. —Mike Russel, Music Radio Creative
In this short video tutorial, tdcat.com shows how to make a stereo track behave like a mono track using the Fill Left/Fill Right audio effects in Premiere Pro. Very useful if you've got a stereo clip, and one of the channels is the onboard camera audio.
Short tutorial on how to use one channel of a stereo track in Adobe Premiere Pro or make a dual mono track. This is useful to force a stereo vocal track to mono or use maybe only the left channel when the right channel has a different mic source. —tdcat.com
Editor Derek Lieu, probably most known for his 26 Simple Tricks For Faster Editing (Premiere Pro CC), published a new blog post on how to "reverb out" in Premiere Pro CC. The challenge is the reverb only lasts till the end of the audio clip, so you're SOL if you want to end on a specific beat in a song. Sure, you could accomplish this easy in a DAW, but Derek has come up with a workaround for this within Premiere Pro CC. Watch the video above, or visit Derek's How to Make Sound Reverb Out blog post to follow along.
"Sometimes you need a sound effect or piece of music to reverb out. It could be a scream in a horror trailer, or something else that reverbs out over a cut to black. More commonly I use it when I want a piece of music I’m editing to end on a specific note to create a stop down moment in a trailer. Mostly it just gives me more options for editing music for trailers." —Derek Lieu
Tobias of Surface Studios shows how to use track sends for audio effects in Premiere Pro. The cool thing about track sends is they can be sent pre- or post-fader. The benefit of using track sends, particularly for audio effects, is it gives you complete control over the levels of the source audio and the effect, also known as the "wet/dry" mix. To learn more, visit: Advanced Mixing in Premiere Pro.
Learn how to use 'Send' Effects in Adobe Premiere Pro to create exciting audio effects with full control over how the sound flows back into your final mix! In Premiere Pro, all audio flows from the clips on your timeline into their dedicated audio channel. —Surfaced Studio