Basic Audio Effects & Transitions Guide in Premiere Pro – Better Sound & Voices for YouTube Videos

Basic Audio Effects & Transitions Guide in Premiere Pro – Better Sound & Voices for YouTube Videos

Beginner’s guide to audio effects like compressors, parametric equalizers, and adaptive noise reduction & transitions like constant power using Premiere Pro to clean up and improve your sound and voices in YouTube videos by normalizing the volume, remove background noise, etc.

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Table of Contents:
0:00 – Intro
1:07 – Scenario 1: Volume Changes in Vocals
1:18 – Scenario 2: Low Frequency Boom
1:31 – Scenario 3: Background Noise & Distant Microphone
2:46 – Using a Compressor to Normalize Vocal Loudness
3:40 – Understanding Attack & Release, Threshold, & Ratio
5:10 – Using Keyframes to Manually Normalize Volume
6:07 – Why Small Rooms Boom & Warning About Equalizers
7:40 – Use Parametric Equalizers to Remove Unwanted Frequencies
8:37 – Cut Narrow, Boost Wide & Understanding Q / Width
10:36 – EQ Cheat Sheets: What the Different Frequencies Do
11:29 – How to Set a High-Pass Filter in Premiere Pro
13:23 – Ear Fatigue & Why You Should Be Careful with the Equalizer
14:20 – Saving Audio Effect Settings as Presets
14:44 – The Importance of Audio Transitions
15:26 – Using Constant Power to Smooth Jump Cuts
17:16 – Increasing Gain Increases Noise
18:42 – Use Noise Reduction before Other Effects
19:10 – Applying Adaptive Noise Reduction
20:21 – Remove Background Noise Using Essential Sound
21:43 – Putting It All Together

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