All tagged Audio Ducking

Premiere Gal: Auto Ducking Music in Adobe Premiere Pro

Some of you have asked me for a in-depth tutorial on how to use the new auto-ducking in Premiere Pro CC. What is auto ducking? Well, it is in the Essential Sound Panel and it automatically lowers the music at parts where other sounds are heard in your soundtrack. But there are few things you should know to do this correctly. This tutorial will show you how to adjust sensitivity, reduce by, and the fade controls to produce the optimal “duck.”  —Premiere Gal

RavKan: Ducking Audio Automatically in Premiere Pro with Sidekick Extended 6

What the DUCK is Ducking?! Ducking (or Side Chaining) is an audio effect used to avoid audio clutter by giving each signal in your project its own space to breathe. Currently, Ducking is only possible to achieve in Premiere Pro CC by keyframing the heck out of your files. So long! Luckily there's a plug-in that does the whole process for you automatically. That's what I'll demonstrate in this blog post and video. —RavKan