Posts Tagged ‘Audio’
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!
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!
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.
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.
In this post, we’ll show you how to get better control over your audio in FCPX editing by subframes. Extreme precision!
Discover the trick to making your own DIY boom pole in these informative video tutorials! These are quick to make and inexpensive boom poles that are great to use as back-ups!
Modify the audio of a clip in Premiere Pro…or an entire track! In this tutorial, you’ll discover how to speed up your edits by knowing how and when to use each audio editing technique.
Learn which types of audio files work best in Final Cut Pro! Avoid the common mistake of integrating low resolution files into your projects. Instead, learn how to convert your audio files to FCP (and FCPX) friendly formats!
In this post we’ll take a look at the newest feature addition to Final Cut Pro X, the introduction of roles. Learn how you can use roles to export out audio and video stem files from your FCPX projects…great for working in third party applications and for archiving!
Learn how to create a smooth, defined ending for any music track, regardless of length. This editing trick gives your project a professional feel, providing closure and finality to the end of any scene or sequence!
With the explosion of the DSLR camera revolution, the workflow of separately recording professional audio has become very common—due to the relatively poor sound recording capabilities of most DSLR cameras. Fortunately, Final Cut Pro X makes this process quite easy. Check out this tutorial to find out how!
Learn how to record audio from within Final Cut Pro! Great for recording placeholders and scratch track narrations. FCPX improves upon earlier versions of this function with the ability to set a project destination and monitor externally while recording.