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June 2, 2017, 13:51 PM
PART 1: LOUDNESS AUTO-MATCH, AUDIO GAIN, AND LOUDNESS RADAR. This Premiere Pro Audio Workflow Guide for Editors is a 2-part series that identifies "essential" audio tools in Premiere Pro, and shows how to use them in a real-world audio workflow. Part 1 focuses on how to use the Loudness Auto-Match button, Audio Gain, and the Loudness Radar to achieve a target loudness, particularly for the web. This series is modeled after the audio workflow of veteran editor and trainer, Paul Murphy, who shares#audio#adobe#mixing#premiere pro#sound
November 1, 2012, 08:15 AM
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe talks about a tool you'll want to have open at all times when working with audio, and that's the Audio Tool. Not only does it give you a close up look at your VU meters, but it also contains some commands you'll want to have at your finger tips when cutting with a client.#avid#audio#media composer#mixing#mc6
October 31, 2012, 20:35 PM
In this tutorial, Kevin P McAuliffe walks you through importing your audio two different ways, and explains the differences so you can pick the right technique for the right job. He also shows you how to set up your timeline views, and why setting them up a certain way will really save you time when a client is sitting next to you in the suite.