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An Editor’s Guide to Adobe by Jeff I. Greenberg, Robbie Carman, Richard Harrington

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Chapter 11. Audio Mixing and Repair

As an editor, you’re often focused on the video side of a project, making sure that clips work well together and a good story is being told. However, many editors (we’ve been guilty of this from time to time) simply don’t pay enough attention to their audio tracks. Audio that is mixed well and is free of problems like noise can really improve the overall project.

Unlike video where viewers are more apt to chalk up technical issues as stylistic choices, when it comes to audio, viewers are pretty attuned to problems. Fortunately, Adobe Premiere Pro as well as the new addition to the Creative Suite, Adobe Audition, can help you get your audio to sound its best. In this chapter we’ll leverage many of Adobe Premiere ...

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