Tag Archives: Audio
Only being able to use your audio mixer to keyframe on the track level wasn’t the greatest.
In this video, we go over what it takes to use only one channel of a piece of Stereo Audio, while still keeping it panned to the center.
With dual system sound so popular, you may have one microphone recording to one channel and another microphone to the other. This will leave you with a piece of stereo audio, that you only want to use half of. In this tutorial, I go over the best way to get rid of the channel that you don’t need, while maintaining audio in both the left and right channels.
The audio track setup in Premiere has been completed reworked in CS6. Stereo and mono tracks are no longer, having been totally replaced by standard tracks, that can hold both stereo and mono audio. In addition to the new track behavior, Premiere Pro CS6 has been given a new audio meter that is scalable to be anywhere from tiny to as large as full screen.
In Part 1 of this series I cover using standard tracks. In this video I cover how to layout multi-track mono splits for 5.1 workflows. I show you how you can layout splits given to you by a mixer and the best way to set up your tracks and audio mixer panel in Premiere Pro CS6 to insure your tracks are output correctly.
Credits: Thanks to John Gumaer for doing the intro sound design.