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Re: Audio tricks for video editors?
on Dec 17, 2014 at 4:55:12 pm

I was thinking more on the lines of how to do a proper mix on Final Cut or Premiere.

My work is mostly interviews, talking heads, and music as a background. Occasionally there are some sound effects. My most common challenge is removing background chatter from interviews that had audio captured with boom mikes. Usually it's good-leveled audio, but there's chatter and here and there a police siren, a phone rings, etc.

I don't know what are the guidelines for levelling audio, at what -dB level the voice should be and the music should be, etc. I probably won't find the time to buy an interface and learn Pro Tools, but I would love a tutorial on how to use Audio Compression, Peak Limiters, on the difference between Volume and Gain and when to use each one, on Audio Normalize, dB meters, how to use them, etc etc etc!

Do you think that book could help?


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