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Simon Billington
Re: Proper Mixing of Interview Audio
on Aug 30, 2017 at 12:06:58 pm

Creating a "mono" dialogue mix is one of the best ways to handle this.

See if you can delete or mute the channels that don't seem to have audio in it. In actual fact they will end up having noise recorded more than likely and it's not contributing constructively to the sound overall so get rid of that. And make all your dialogue mono.

If you have music that will add in the stereo element as will any incidental effects it foley.

The dialogue could be enhanced further with denoising, a touch of dynamics and eq as well and possibly a bit of ambience with the reverb if the dialogue sounds to dry after denoising.

To get all this right though requires a fair bit of experience.

Premiere has decent tools for this, providing you don't have anything particularly difficult to work with that needs salvaging. In that case you need more heavy duty tools like Waves Restoration plugins or iZotope RX.


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