Re: how to gang audio channels? by ben g unguren on Aug 25, 2011 at 3:28:00 am
This isn't ganging exactly, but in Premiere you can create "submix" tracks -- a feature more common in audio editing programs like ProTools. In your audio mixer you can send each audio track to the submix, and then you can use the fader on the submix to change the volume of everything passing through. You can also apply filters to submixes. For instance, when I have interviews with three people going in the same scene, I will give each person their own track so I can apply EQ and levels for that track that is specific to that voice's needs, but then I send all three tracks into a "Voice" submix, where I will apply some dynamics (like a noise gate) as well as a little reverb to give it some room tone.
Re: how to gang audio channels? by Jayson Rahmlow on Aug 25, 2011 at 6:31:56 am
okay cool thats good to know. but if I want to do multiple adjustments to different clips like having one section of a clip start out @ -3 db then add an edit and have it cross fade into another section of the clip at -20 db I wouldn't be able to do that through a submix right. So is there no way to say hey these four tracks I want them all to be -20 db?