Clean Up Your Voice In Adobe Audition And Premiere
It is often said that audiences can forgive less-than-perfect video, but if the sound is bad and the dialogue unintelligible, they will turn away in droves. Thankfully Adobe has a number of tools that allow us to edit, mix and enhance our voice productions, so we can fix the flaws in our narration, voice over, and singing.
This course starts involves two Adobe Programs- the video editing suite Adobe Premiere Pro CC, and the audio editing suite Adobe Audition. Topics covered include:
good recording practices
setting markers in audio to match video
vocal enhancements to create a more powerful and immediate sound
…and other audio mixing/ enhancing techniques to get the clear up our voice recordings.
Check out the trailer and free lectures to learn more, and see you in class!
Here we outline some dos and don'ts for getting better sound quality recordings.
Working In Adobe Audition
We learn about the finer points of using Audition's noise reduction tool. We also go beyond simple filtration and how to clean out those sounds not corrected by noise reduction tools.
We cover what the difference between "vocal limiting" and "hard limiting" is and why it is a desired effect for a voice recording.
The "de esser" removes some of the harshness of the "S" sibilance sound, and Audition's built-in radio production tools get a nod in this lesson.
Working In Adobe Premiere
Part 1 of placing sound, ambient noise and music on various tracks in Adobe Premiere.
Part 2 of placing sound, ambient noise and music on various tracks in Adobe Premiere, focusing on the logic of a scene and clarity of storytelling.