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Laurence Loz
Normalising audio recorded with rode video mic in premiere pro
on Feb 3, 2017 at 12:42:57 am

ok so I want to normalise some vocals on a workout video I created for a friend.
I also want to clean up the vocals as they sound a little muddy, parametric eq a good way to go to achieve this?
I have a little background in music technology but its been a while and I would love some pro advice. I also want to do this within premiere pro.
also could someone tell me if im better to use the low pass on the rode or leave if off and alter in post if need be.
many thanks


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Joe Barta IV
Re: Normalising audio recorded with rode video mic in premiere pro
on Feb 3, 2017 at 3:57:07 pm

I've had good success lately doing educational videos using the Multiband Compressor in Premiere. I use the "Internet" preset and it seems to clean up not-so-perfect voice audio very well.

I would only use the roll off on the mic when you know you are going to be in environments with a constant background noise like wind or traffic.

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Laurence Loz
Re: Normalising audio recorded with rode video mic in premiere pro
on Feb 3, 2017 at 8:59:44 pm

thank you, so how do I normalise the vocals, should I convert the audio to mono first then normalise to -6 or summing? what is considered a safe level for youtube content?


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Joe Barta IV
Re: Normalising audio recorded with rode video mic in premiere pro
on Feb 7, 2017 at 4:44:15 pm

When the clips are in a BIN, highlight one or more and hit "Shift G". This opens the Modify Clip box. From here you can change the audio to Clip Channel Format - Mono, Number of Audio Clips: 1, and check the original audio channel you want to use.

Once on the timeline, highlight the clip and hit "g". This will open the Audio Gain box. Here you can normalize the audio to 0, -3, or -6 whichever you prefer.

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