Adobe Premiere and Adobe Audition: Beyond the Basics Audio Editing Tips
I was able to attend Adobe Max last year and sat in on this session by Jason Levine. As someone who is fairly new to video editing and definitely new to audio editing, I was hoping the session was not going to be over my head.
While it definitely is more advanced than an “Intro to Video Audio” session, I found it to be incredible and one of my favorite sessions of the event.
If you’re looking to get beyond the basics of turning up volume on a clip or adding simple keyframes to adjust some of your audio work, this is a great piece to watch as it talks about audio tweaking that can be done in Adobe Premiere as well as Adobe Audition. It covers everything from using the Essential Sound Panel to fixing some common audio problems.
While the tutorial is an investment at a little over an hour, I can promise you that it’s worth your time and will give you a better understanding of how some of the audio tools work in Premiere and Audition. To help things, Jason is a great presenter. He brings solid energy to the presentation and keeps things moving.