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Lee Doucet
Re: Adjusting Audio in Premiere Pro...
on May 18, 2019 at 10:51:34 pm

How many other applications have you used, though?

There are DAWs that import Premiere Pro AAFs fairly flawlessly, and are pretty good from an Audio Engineering standpoint (Samplitude, for example). The are also Wave Editors like Sound Forge and WaveLabs that do this very well - even years-old versions...

Audition is certainly not needed, though it may be more convenient to some. If you already have CC All Apps, then it should be your obvious first choice.

Plus, it costs so much more in the long-term. Premiere Pro by itself is palatable to me, but using Audition means going All Apps; and there is too much unnecessary stuff in there to justify the cost - stuff that I don't need (but would have to force myself to use simply to justify the tariff).

Generally, I don't do audio work beyond what it necessary for timing, etc. in my NLE. Once I'm done with the video, then I bring everything into my DAW and do all of the audio there. This also makes the entire process/workflow less distracting to me, and a bit more efficient.


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