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Aynsley Baldwin
Applying audio effects to master clip?
on Mar 23, 2017 at 7:00:31 pm

Hi folks,

Is there a way in Premiere to apply audio effects to a master clip, as opposed to individual instances in the timeline?

I've found information on how to do this with video effects, but no such luck yet for audio.

Cheers!
Aynsley


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Peter Garaway
Re: Applying audio effects to master clip?
on Mar 23, 2017 at 7:14:29 pm

Sorry, this is currently not supported.

http://www.adobe.com/products/wishform.html

Best,

Peter Garaway
Adobe
Premiere Pro


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Dave LaRonde
Re: Applying audio effects to master clip?
on Mar 23, 2017 at 8:32:41 pm

I for one would feel MUCH safer adding audio effects to a clip in the timeline. There's less chance of really screwing the audio up big-time.

And If I want the same audio effect on other clips, it's very easy to Copy>Paste Attributes.

Dave LaRonde
Promotion Producer
KGAN (CBS) & KFXA (Fox) Cedar Rapids, IA


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Jon Merrifield
Re: Applying audio effects to master clip?
on Jun 27, 2018 at 12:14:20 am

That's all true Dave. However, another thought would be sending to Audition and back (creates new audio clip in project) this could be a completely viable and useful option since audio effects to master audio clips is not supported. I was searching for the same thing as I often doing master clip color/effects to Slog ftg etc. My issue in finding this thread was similar with an audio piece, although often I send to Audition to capture and repair noise etc., I wanted to apply effects clip wide to a master clip to eliminate all the copy and pasting I might have to do for 50 some edits to an audio effected voice or sfx track. My first thought was to apply to the master clip just like I do with color often. Although I screw up often and work hard to not paint myself into corners, I am not sure how applying a simple audio effect to a master clip, say making a eq adjustment or applying a filter, may have potential for screwing up my audio big time. Now of course, not being done this exact road, I have no experience with issues or obstacles or Premiere inadequacies that may appear on this path. Thanks for letting me chime in. I ended up selecting the audio clip in the project window, right clicking and "Edit in Adobe Audition/clip" function. After applying the needed effects in Audition, I was rewarded with a new "extracted" clip to use as my source pre-effected.

Jon Merrifield
PELi VFX


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