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Posts Tagged ‘Audio’

July 5, 2013 Author:

Although Smoke is known primarily as a video editing and effects application, there are also many features for working with audio. In this post, we show you how to get the most out of the audio tools in Smoke! Read More

Audio Workflows in Autodesk Smoke

  • January 4, 2013

    Recording Audio into Premiere Pro

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    Need to record voiceover or a scratch audio narration? Premiere Pro makes it easy to record audio directly into your project’s timeline. In this post, we show you how to quickly record audio into Premiere. Read More

  • December 26, 2012

    Audio in Adobe Premiere Pro and Audition

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    Utilize Adobe’s powerful Audition audio application for finishing your mixes from Premiere Pro. In this post we show the benefit of using Audition’s robust tools over the included audio effects in Premiere Pro. Read More

  • October 17, 2012

    Audio Meters in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

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    In this post, we showcase some of the new improvements to the audio meters in Adobe Premiere Pro. Discover how changes in the look and function of these tool can make working with audio easier – and sound better! Read More

  • September 28, 2012

    Sending an Audio Sequence from Premiere Pro to Adobe Audition

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    Discover a workflow for sending your Adobe Premiere Pro sequences to Adobe Audition – perfect for creating a comprehensive audio mix of your film or video project! Read More

  • August 15, 2012

    Splitting Stereo Audio into Dual Mono in Premiere Pro

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    If you’re recording two audio inputs to camera they may come into Premiere Pro as a single stereo track. In this post, you’ll discover how to break these audio files into dual mono in Premiere Pro. Read More

  • August 7, 2012

    Compound Clips as Audio Tracks in Final Cut Pro X

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    Discover how to keep your FCPX project more organized and save time! In this post, we’ll show you how to combine audio files by using compound clips in Final Cut Pro X. Read More