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Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 Studio Techniques by Jacob Rosenberg

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Chapter 18. Mixing Your Audio

Creating a sound mix could possibly be the most difficult production task to put down onto paper. Mixing sound is based on nuance, tiny details, and a feeling you get (or don’t get) while you are watching pieces of your project come together. Premiere Pro offers two powerful features to help you with this process: submixing and automation.

In this chapter, you will learn how to use submixing to share common effects and arrange sound elements in your sequence. You will also investigate using automation techniques for live mixing and adjusting of the audio in your sequence. Because so much of sound mixing is in the hearing, I encourage you, after reading, to practice and hone your mixing technique with your own material. ...

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