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Master Audio Editing In Premiere Pro

Reverse Cuts, Master Videography School

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15 Lessons (2h 2m)
    • 1. Promotional Video

      2:50
    • 2. Meet Me & This Course

      9:36
    • 3. Lets Go Over Some Basics First

      17:27
    • 4. Removing Noise From Your Audio

      8:20
    • 5. Normalize Your Audio With Parametric EQ

      13:17
    • 6. Giving Your Audio A Normal Tone

      3:03
    • 7. Getting A Cinematic Sound With A Loudness Maximizer

      4:35
    • 8. Lower Sibilants In Your Audio

      7:09
    • 9. Setting Your Audio Loudness

      9:22
    • 10. Polishing Your Audio With An Advanced Multiband Compressor

      15:24
    • 11. Learn How To Create A Bass Boost

      1:51
    • 12. Learn How To Create An Echo/Reverb Effect

      12:53
    • 13. Learn How To Create An Underwater (Muffle) Effect

      4:06
    • 14. Best Export Settings For Your Audio

      5:51
    • 15. What After This Course?

      6:18

About This Class

Master Video Editing School, the home of successful, indie Video Makers.

The only real online guide for Audio Editing In Premiere Pro!

I have put in quite some time into this course and I proudly present you the game-changing and the most unique "Audio Editing Guide for Premiere Pro".

This course doesn't demand any high audio engineer type education, which means that anyone can understand and work the same way using our technique. That's right, you don't have to dissect "Beethovens" masterpieces in order to have the same professional audio as mine.

Learn in 1.5-hour what Audio Engineers learn in years of schooling...

This course is so easy-to-follow, understand and apply that ANYONE can do exactly what I'm doing.

I will easily teach you how to get crispy-clean audio and no it's not just "drag and drop this effect..."

It's not "get this 887$ microphone which is on sale..."

And it's definitely not "you just need this 495$ Plug-in..."

We start from scratch and learn stuff that top performers use to edit their audio! Simply follow these lessons and become a pro in no time!

Is there a chance to fail?

Sure, we are not even promised to be alive tomorrow,

But one thing is for sure: 94% of my students who used this method are using it till this day.

This is so easy that you will never edit your audio the same way again.

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Your audio will compete with TOP TV-news overnight...

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It's faster than any 300$ Studio Guide that you will find.

Not to mention the discount.

Is this course for you?

Do you want to never hear AC or your PC noise in your video again?

Do you want to be appealing to the spectators' ears?

Do you want the audio from your room to sound like it was recorded in a Hollywood studio?

What if this course would teach you the most used effects in film and music industries?

What if you never had to spend more money on your audio equipment again in your life?

What if I told you that anyone can understand these easy explanations and become a pro?

There's your answer...

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You won't find anything like this out there.

The only thing that's left for me is to make you a promise that you won't recognize your audio after you finish this course. If not I will, of course, give you your money back.

My BIG PROOF to you is my audio which you can hear in the promotional video in the "before and after" example at the beginning. So act now!

This Easy & Unique course is not something that you want to miss out on.

Especially since I will be there 24/7 answering your messages and helping you if needed.

Enroll now and let's fix your audio the right way!

Let's Create. We Can Do It.

Transcripts

1. Promotional Video: Hello, everyone, and it's from risk. It's here and right now you should be listening to on awful audio because this is only a row. Output from my microphone costs on Lee $80. And right now you should be listening to a crispy, clean professional audio, which I just edited in Premiere Pro. Not only that, I'm going to teach you how to edit your audio. I'm not all about that drug and drop stuff. I actually want you to understand what your audio is capable of and how to actually edit it the right way. So before we actually get into Premiere Pro, I will explain some stuff about audio recording and, of course, premiere pro in general when it comes to audio anything. So once we actually hop into Premiere Pro, I will show you how to. For example, remove noise reduction, equalized lower and hard pitches and basically normalized all the frequencies. Boost your voice, lowered the bass boost in your voice and stuff like that. So let's happen to Premiere Pro and see exactly what we're going to learn. So before we actually jumped into Premiere Pro, I'm going to explain exactly who I am and what are we going to learn in this course? After that, we're going to cover some basics about audio. Anything in our overall. This is going to give you a clear picture of the whole protocol in this course that we're going to learn how to make corrections in our audio, such as noise reduction, equalizing para meters and much more. What's our audio is ready for final tweaks that will enhance it and make it sound professional. We will cover some options that will give you the right down and make your audio sense cinematic. Given the right loudness and polish it up as the final product, my goal is not to teach you which effects are effective, but rather pastor the knowledge. So the next time you added audio Premiere Pro, you know exactly what you're doing by yourself. Not only that, you will learn how to edit your audio, but you will also learn some cool, harder effects there used even in movies such as Echo Effect, the Underwater Effect and how to create a Bass Boost. Once they're fully ready to edit your audio and you're finally finished, I'm going to God you what to do after this sports working, Keep learning Premiere Pro how to get better practice and much more. If you want to see how it performs an instructor or just even check out the course, you have three first lesson that are totally free to watch. Don't miss out on that. You will learn for free many things about this course. Important basic stuff about audio, how noise in your out of functions and how to remove it. If that's free, imagine where we're going to learn throughout this whole course. Join us now. If you want the more comprehensive description of the course, just crawl down with your enemies. 30 day money back, Guaranteed promotion. You actually have nothing to lose by enrolling into the scores because you can actually get your money back. No questions asked whenever you want in the next 30 days from once you purchase it. But trust me, you won't even think about it because I'm sure you love it because you can hear my audio right now, right? So enroll now and I will see you inside. Let's do this the right way. That's great. We can do it 2. Meet Me & This Course: Hello, everyone. And welcome to our first lesson of this course. I'm actually so excited to have you here. My name is Dennis, and I will be your instructor for this course right now on the screen, you see the description off my master video editing school, which is called Reverse Cuts. And right here we have more than 7000 students. Let me just refresh this. It's bugging out right here. So, as you can see, we have more than 7000 students who are here. Stay and learn. We had a couple, of course, is in the background. But right now, where we're going to talk about is the master audio editing in Premiere Pro. There's going to be the course which will help you evolve from a beginner, your professional audio editor and how big help you basically get that crispy professional sound when it comes to your audio design. So right here I want to introduce you to myself. First of all, so you would be comfortable learning for me, and you would have exactly know who we are. So this is the This is just a brief description off our Master Villa acting school. So Basically where we started off is on YouTube. There's are getting John right here. And we didn't start like Farago. It was literally a year ago where we have 14,000 students who are here to stay and learn. We're uploading a lot of tutorials, only education. So that's where we picked off. And then we spend on your me skill share and platforms like that where we share our valuable knowledge and trying to teach you guys as much the weekend. So this is the place where you will find everything that you need when it comes to video production, audio production, stuff like that. This profile right here was created by me, and I'm trying to make a little thing for us so we can actually learn and expand together when it comes to Are you to profile right here? I mean, are you keep Channel is the place where we have to upload the weak ones that Sunday, and it's all about premiere pro and video production overall. So if you want to keep learning under besides the course, make sure you subscribe to the Channel on right now, we're going to actually move up to the course and meet the course so you would actually understand. What are we going to learn and how are we going to learn it? So, as you can see, it has five sections in total. They are all named. They have the their duration, their time, and the 1st 1 is introduction to the course. Your washing the first player. Right now, it's kind of ironic, because I am recording this as the last video on right here. Underneath. We have the video called Let's Go Over Some Basics first. So this is a video where we're going to learn some of the basics. When it comes to audio editing, get Premiere Pro and when it comes to audio tracks and audio in general in Premiere Pro. This is where I'm going to teach you how to navigate with audio trumped Premiere Pro, where it replace it, how to use it, how to edit and stuff like that. Hello. I will also explain some advanced stuff about audio anything in Premiere Pro and talk about audio in general so you would understand and have a better picture off. What are we going to do? What you're finished? That here's the place where we're actually going. Teoh, start learning about audio correction in premiere Pro. So before we actually add adjustments in twigs that is going to make it sound professional . We actually need Teoh correct audio first, because somewhere it has low peaks. What shouldn't have high picks for Shouldn't The pyramids are not equalized in stuff like that? So this is the section where we're going to fix that. This lesson is free for you if you want to. If you're not into role intercourse, if you want to see how I actually how good of an instructor I am basically cell right here . If you want to check this out And, of course, remove noise out of your audio for totally free. Go ahead. I don't mind. Check it out. It's called removing noise from your audio right here. I will talk first about how to stop and remove noise from your audio before you actually start recording. So not only I will tell you what the drag and drop in premiere pro and how to adjust it actually want you to understand how audio functions. So you would actually dodge some of the some of the bad things in audio before you actually start recording. So you wouldn't have to mess around with it in primary problem waste time. So right here I will talk about how to stop and remove noise before you actually record. And then if you have notice once you recorded how to remove it in Premiere Pro right here, we're going to normalize your audio with Parametric Equaliser And this is a really important lesson out of these all because this is where the magic happens. This is where we're going to have final tweaks of the low and high frequencies, the bass boost in our voice, the high pitches and stuff like that. So this is where we're going to normalize everything. And in our third lesson of this section, we are actually going to give it the right down. So sometimes maybe our audio is a little bit too loud. Maybe it's a little bit quiet. This is where we're going to give it that nice, normal tone which is going to help us advance to our turn section of the course in which we're going to make your audio sound professional. First lesson would be getting a cinematic sound but allow this maximize. Er yes. You heard me, right? A cinematic sound. I don't know if anybody uses that term besides me, but I love using it because that's exactly how I feel about audio. Once I add this effect and I'm going to show you how exactly to add it and help to manipulate it in a way where your audio will sound cinematic and appealing to years. Of course, once we finished, that were again to move up to lower civilians in your audio. This is the lesson where where I will show you how to lower those letters that pop out of your mouth, which are probably going to be peas and teas and s is, as you can see right now from this audio. But you will see how bad they are once you get into this lesson. Because I always once I start out with my lesson, I show you was the problem. So you can hear it. And then we get to fixing it and I explain how to fix it and shoot the way harder. Fix it so basically everything You need this back in one place. Send your audio loudness would be the lesson where we're going to finally set out the loudness and right here I will talk about some fun things about that industry yourself and how to understand what little this would fit for your video. Really exciting lesson on this one. Where an advanced what? I've been compressors going to polish your audio. I know it sounds scary, but it's not. It's actually a really fun compressor to use, and I will explain everything from scratch trunk all of these lessons, how to use how to minutely and how to get that crispy sound in your audio sounds pretty pretty interesting, right? But that's not Oh, what's you actually finished with audio? You might want to expand on some other weird stuff. I'm just getting there. Not weird. Basically some of the effects that you would probably want to know tar Use those aren't the bass boost echo in your voice or river in the surrounding audio and terror Great and underwater, also known as muffle effect. These are some of the lessons that you can watch, of course, if you want to. If you don't need him, it's OK. But I would recommend you to learn them because these are some really interesting effects that you don't know when you're gonna need them. And they're really not used by everybody. So they should be unique in your videos. Once you've finished all of these, you officially know how to act your audio and you're an expert. But the order is still in Premiere Pro. We need to get it out of friend or pro, and the best export settings for your audio should be. The lesson is going to help you with that. You're basically going to learn how to export audio from Premier Pro, but in a way, where is going to give it the best possible format and export settings possible? So this is where I'm going to explain how to expert audio and which ways you should do it and which specific terms you should export it and how you should do it. So this lesson is really, really important. Don't miss it out. I mean, don't miss out on all of these, But if you do all of these and you don't know how, expert your audio that's going into the trash can, right? So don't miss out on this lesson. This lesson should show you what to do after this course. So I'm really not here to only teach you this stuff and run away. I want to have a healthy community off help video creators. That's why I have this Facebook group right here. Where? Right now, Once I'm recording this, we have 150 members. But daily members are coming in because right here is where we keep learning, sharing more valuable stuff between each other. Where at Coast Blog's interesting. Those are found my new tutorials where we can keep learning. And even if you have a problem, you can listed right here and we will try to help you to get her. So this is where I will be talking about how to keep learning after this course. Have the practice after this course had improved. What? Today, After this course. Will this of course, be useful once you finish? Of course, there. Here's a spoiler. Yes, it will. So face sure to join us in this course if you haven't already, and at the end of this course, make sure to leave a nice Really. If you learn something, of course. And if not, I will give you the money back since there is a 30 day money back guaranteed promotion. And I'm so excited for this course. I hope you are as much as I am and I will see you inside. Let's create guys we can do it about. 3. Lets Go Over Some Basics First: Hello, everyone, and welcome to our premiere Pro course. This is our actual first lesson and premier pro. I'm really excited to have you here, so that's actually not waste time. Let's explain what we're going to learn in this lesson on some things that we're going to learn throughout the course and how the things are going to work through this course how we're going to work in it. So right now we're in Premiere Pro on. The first thing that I wanted to say is, right now we're going to go over some basics to show you how audio permit pro works, how you work with it, some audio workspaces and stuff like that. So the next lesson from this one will be how to add noise reduction or how to remove noise out of your clip that is free to watch as a preview of the lessons. So if you want to check that out is the next lesson. But if we want to continue learning, they're gonna have to purchase this course. So right now I'm going to explain some basics on right here, where in premiere pro on what I want to talk about right here is for those of which, for those of you who are beginners, we have some options right here that are really important for us. And I'm going to explain them right now. This right here is the timeline. In case you didn't know what this is, this is where you import your files to actually work on them to actually added them on to adjust them. This is where you import them in the project bed. But right here, Once you dragged them into this time, mind you actually are going to work with them. So right here. What I have is a couple of clips just tossed around for the sake of this lesson so I could explain some things. And right now what I want to talk about is, as you can see, we have these tracks right here. There are lined up and the stop three right here, which are spawned on default are video tracks. As you can see, this is the one which things for video one on. We have three of these underneath. It says a 1 803 You guessed it right? Is the audio tressed? Of course, you can add more tracks, but we're gonna get to that in a minute. Right here we have these audio files which are imported, and if I wanted to have, uh, better view on this audio track, what I would do is just double click right here in this free space. It should open up this as we can see the audio ways much better. And we have a couple of more options By dragging this up and down, we're going to increase the decibels, which is of course, going to increase the volume off our audio on the left side, we have a couple of our options that we would like to use, right. Here's a conceit, says Audio one, This is the name of the track for those of you who don't understand what the track has, the name is because once you have a staff timeline and you're actually working on a big project, we will have a lot of separate audio tracks in which you will have everything separately added. For example, in our 1st 1 let's say we have the speech, and only in our first audio track the speech would be in our 2nd 1 This is the place, for example, where we would store, let's say music into turn one. We was tour, I don't know sound effects and stuff like that. So if I want to know exactly what I'm working at with at the moment or if, let's say I see a mistake in my speech, I would know where to had to and where to look the problem. If I write for this audio one the Cree name at life in speech and just that I would know exactly where it is. So we have a couple of more options right here. Let's discuss them. So right here we have this s and this microphone. So as you can see once you hover over it, it says mu track. So if we click, this is gonna commute the track and we won't hear anything. You can clearly see the audio winds right here, which means there is audio. Unless I'm you this welcome. This is just our honor that we're going to be using. As you can see, this is our audio track, which we just beautiful. And if you want to you, let's say you have two stacked audio tracks right here. you. You want to hear Onley they want underneath. You would just view this upper with this option and you should listen to the 2nd 1 if you click, as it means for solo tracks. So it's going to mute everything else except for the track right here, this one. So if we breast us unless he hover over here where we have the second track, we won't be able to hear it at the scene. Whatever. Before you actually thought of the echo effect that I know that is, you can see right here we have two speeches. But if I press seller track is going to play just the one that we sold this right here is a voiceover in court. If you press, this is going to make a recording of your voice, which is going to apply automatically to the timeline. It's really simple, really simple stuff. So right here we have this option, which, if we check right here, it says show key friends. What are key friends? Key frames are these diamonds level right here? There's a little diamonds. These kites which, if we add we can change, can add adjustments to our audio clips. For example, if I think this right here, as you can see, this diamond just appeared in the timeline on this particular audio track where exactly the play hat is. If I move up a bit, let's see right here and at another diamond. We have two of them right now. We can make gradual changes. Did it audio check? Let's say I lowered this one. It's going to gradually make a difference is you can see it's making a slider, so it's not automatically lowering the audio, as we learned earlier on this slide right here. But it's making a It's making a smooth change right here on you can see if you listen too closely is going to lower the volume right there. I forgot to mute down. Tracks are trying to add it, and you don't have that free space right here for it to happen, which you can do is the next thing. So I say this is the audio that I have right here and which you could do is as you can see over the time, the audio track is getting quieter and quieter, and it's really simple to use for the easy to use and really fun two years right here. As you can see, you can change some stuff, but I would recommend you to keep it at Clicky frames. And if you want track key frames, it will be devolved one. And if you're wondering how to remove these, what you can do right now is go right here to spend till sure copy and just click on it. Target days and press your shortcut for delete. It should remove them right away. It's really that simple. We're going to switch switch that a selection tool back. And right now I want to go over some more important things. Once we learned all of these basics actually have something else to mention. So if you're right, flick any of the audio tracks you have this audio gain and audio channels and speed and duration. Of course, you can change the speed, speed it up, or slow it down the audio track and get the audio gain and mess around with this. For example, if you want to set the game too, it means if you want to set the exact decibels, which the audio is going to peak to you can do it right here. Or just gay normalized beaks and what peak amplitude is. It means that this is the most that you can add of the decibels for it to not distort. So if you add more maximum of minus 3.70 audio is going to sound normal. If you go over, that is going to sound distorted, and that's something that we really don't want. So let's cancel this since you learned all these simple options, and right now I'm going to show you how it's how looks in the audio workspace right now. This is the effects were space, and this is actually the place where I'm going to be working throughout this whole course, because this is somewhere that I've been the fastest with. And these is for me to explain just I've been working in the effects that for the longest. But of course you can use the audio track. It has literally the same options. Just for some, it's simpler in the audio check to work. For me, it's in the effect is the same thing. Don't be worried about it. So as you can see right here, we have a lot of these workspaces. I'm in the effects that right here, I'm going to switch up the audio. And as you can see, we have another workspace appear. And right here we have this audio track mixer all your clip mixer, which I'm going to explain right now. All right, so you're probably asking yourself now, what is the difference between audio clip mixer and audio track mixer? Well, the name says itself this audio clip mixer as affecting only the clips that are right here underneath this play head while the audio track mixer as affecting the individual tracks that is happening on. For example, this is the A one on a zoo, remember, this is our a one speech. So this right here, these options will affect only the audio check One. Wherefore audio clip mixer is going to effect all of these underneath as one. So let's start off with the audio clip mixture, which is way more more simple so it can change the names right here. Which is simple on you. Probably noticed it by yourself. And these right here. This is for switching up for increasing or decreasing decibels. For example, if you want to lower only the audio in the first track stand in the course, which you could dio. Let me just remove this right here. All right, right Click it, she It's exactly what I did right here. Click Nest, once you nested, is going to have a nest sequence, double click on it and should appear right here. This is right. So simple is that we have the mute and so low track we have to keep friends that we explained earlier. It's pretty much basic, really, really basic. And as you can see, we have everything off this right here. So there's no reason for me to actually use this because it's very simple for me to use the effects step. That's why I'm going to be working, trial, this whole course in the effects step, which is pretty much the literally the exact same thing. And when it comes to audio ways, which appear right here to see the peaks, we're going to see that right here. No big deal. So once we have explained this, I have when you option that we actually don't have here, which can be used in the audio clip mixture and in the audio track mixer the same, and it's the left and right, increase or decrease. So, for example, if I play this clip and I wanted to be heard on the right side or you're right here, I would drag it to the right side or increased this. If I want on the left, I would drag it to the left side or decrease this. It's really that simple. You can also drag it here or here and let's play it and test it out by audio without the finish. This where I finished it. What I did actually is I copied this track. So hold fault and drag it upwards or downwards Whatever. If you don't have enough tracks just right like this in click add track and what I It's pretty much simple. So, for example, with this could be used for as if you're making, let's say, a cinematic video and you have You're a recording footage off a beach and there are waves from the sea coming at you from your right side. Off course. It would be a little bit unrealistic to hear it normally, so you but junk this just a little bit to the right side for it to seem realistic enough with the audio clip mixer and let's move up to the audio track mixer right here. As you can see, you have pretty much the same things. But right here we have this track, Old master and what this is actually what this master track does, it is that it defects all of these tracks throughout the whole sequence. For example, if we made a change in our 1st 1 let's say this one. And since that we decreased the audio if we decrease it right here, too is going to decrease everything. But it's good also going going to add a decrease on top of this one. So it's going to respect our our changes before. But it's going to also add up the changes to everything else on top of that. So this is why the master track is used when it comes to adding adding effects right here. So how you add effects two clips if we take this right here, which is seems hidden, but if you click this, this should pop up. This is where you can add effects, but it can also found find effects. If we don't go back to our affect. Step their effects right here. And let's see if you search noise. You have noise reduction and move on stuff like that right here. But you can also find it right here. So that's why I'm going to be using once again, the effects that which is pretty much the same. So if we want our nose reduction to affect this whole clip right here we can do is find it right here on just at the noise reduction right here and click the noise. You can drag it up right here or didn't bypass it or show on Jack. Owner off bypass. I'm sorry. Right here. You can add the amount of stuff like that, but I have way more options when it comes to the effect step. So that's why I'm going to be using it by thinking undo. I'm going to remove it on. But I think that I wanted to discuss right here is as you can see, we have the mute track. Sorry, we have them. You track we have the solo truck and right here where should be the key frame? We have enabled track for recording so we can record trout singular track right here. And it's pretty simple just by clicking it. Andi, Right here we have this master thing, but I'm going to explain something else with you. We have this checked on Bright. Well, this is going to do is, for example, if we have our If we have our key frames checked on and they're being recorded or there are being changes being made, just contract this. We have changes being made right here. Maybe we want to change this, gradually slow it down. I mean, decrease the decibels and then increases high, fast. We can actually animate that are key frames. And if we switch up to touch once we moving around is going to record that and applied to our clip as, let's say, a recorded key frame, um, action. And once we remove our finger is going to get it back to where it started. When it comes to latch is going to actually keep it where we finished. For example, if we are recording out of key frames and we're dragging it down when it comes to this touch, it's going to once we remove our finger from our mouths is going to automatically bring it back to zero. Where for? For a lash is going. Teoh, stay where it is. It's pretty simple off course, but I forgot to mention is you can just click right here and change up these right here and track them left or right. You don't have to drag this one on right here. If we right click this, it has an option. Which s add audio submits track. You're probably wondering about Daddy's. Let's say we add the audience of mixed track and it appears right here. So we're going to recognize it by its name or how it's darker than every other track. Why is that? Because we wanted to pop out, for example, we can actually control specific tracks with this. Remember how Master track controlled all of these? Well, with some some X track we can actually control. For example, if you want only to control one in two and not actually used master to control everything, we can add us of mixed track. Let's say we want the noise reduction Onley in our second and in our first in our second audio track, we're going to add this of mixed track for that. Where for The master would use literally all of these. So if you actually click on this where it has only master where it had only master right now, you should see some makes appear. So if we check that and check it on the other one, let's say and drop this down. Go right here somewhere. Yeah, right here. Where it just makes tractors. Clip right here. Had the noise reduction hopes my alarm just went off. Sorry. So we add, actually, the noise reduction. It should only affect these two, which we switched up to submits. And that is really useful. But of course you can. Just if you're working the effects tab, you can just drag on one clip than competently points your finish it on. Just apply attributes to the other ones. And that should actually be it when it comes to basics from audio. Anything in Premiere Pro. Thank you for having me here. I hope you had a lot of fun. We explain these basics now, and right now it's gonna get easier and easier. We're going to have a lot of fun. I'm gonna be honest. This lesson was a bit boring, but we had to discuss these things. So right now we're going to hop into some pretty fun things. And in our next lesson, I'm going to explain what noise in your clip actually is. How to stop noise before actually start recording in your clip and how to remove record are removed. Noise. I'm sorry from your recording using Premiere Pro, so that's freaked you. If you want to check it out, go check our next. Listen on. Let's keep learning. Um, helped. 4. Removing Noise From Your Audio: Hello, Everyone and it's remembers, gets here, and we're finally hopping into our actual first lesson where we're finally going to start editing our audio. I'm so excited, Hoper said, as much as I am, because the reason why I'm excited so much is because I've been trying to make this course for a while, and I finally got to change now because I was trying to get her enough knowledge to pass it on to you guys. So the next time you try to addict your audio, you're not just going to replicate the techniques that I'm doing and the audio effects that I'm using but actually understand audio and understand what you need to do with your audio , to have it sound good on stuff like that. So right now I'm first going to discuss some things about the audio, and then we're actually going to jump into the audio attic, in part because this episode is about the noise or nose reduction removal. Call it whatever you want, But first I want to show you or teach you some things about audio that will help you understand how to remove noise. Actually, before even jumping into premiere pro and adding some of the effects. So what that means is you can actually remove noise or actually some of the noise before you even start anything. So a couple of tips that I have for you is before you start recording. Check if you have a C on in your room, for example, in your office or somewhere. Whatever you're working, recording, actually, or if your PC is really heated and your mike is close to it, you will catch a lot of the noise from the from the vent in your PC or any type of noise. Actually, anything that you consider noise and it's going to mess up your audio, try to remove or stop that before actually starting to record and jumping into Premiere Pro . To added that audio because as much noise as you remove before recording actually is going to ease the process to get to crispy, clean audio. And right now we're actually have something in my premier pro. This is a part of my tutorial that I'm going to use throughout all these audio editing, and first I'm going to play to you to show it to show you how, actually my audio sounds before slapping on tenure of the effects by just recording the audio. This is how my audio signs through my mike. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. As you can see, this audio was awful, like straight of the bet. It was awful, But I'm going to adjust it in a way that I remove this noise. I'm going show you how. But first, before we actually get interest tutorial this lesson. What I wanted to tell you is have you noticed how I left some space right here off? No talking for about 10 or 15 seconds. I think you have 10 seconds. So basically, why did this is because before you start talking in your video, you need to leave some space before you actually start talking. So the audio would detect olden noise, For example. Right here. I have 10 seconds off only my background noise and my audio. So once I used the effect is going to analyze the audio way better. And he's going Teoh, distract the the noise from the audio much, much better and easier because if you start talking right away, maybe sometimes when your pictures go higher or your frequencies go higher. The effect of noise reduction want attacked noise in there because it didn't detect the actual noise itself at the beginning. So right here. What you need to do is leave that 10 seconds, like when you start recording. Just let it be for 10 seconds and don't speak so you could catch up old the noise. Once you add the actual effect and write down, we're going to add the effect. So by going right here in this effect step, we're going to use the audio effect, which is called D noise. It's right here. Don't use this obsolete one is the old one and is going to ask you if you want to switch up to the new ones. So basically, just use this one without the obsolete in this name. And if you don't have this effects that right here what you can do, or if actually don't have this worst base is ideal right here, which you can do is click right. You're on window, going to workspaces and check on effects. So you would actually catch up with me because as we've picked her first lesson, we don't need the audio part at all. Right now, I'm going to add this to our audio track is a prestigious drug amounted and right here in the effect controls. We have this denies effect. We're going to set it up by going to custom set up in this anything right here. And this is how are basically going to at it our audio with any effect by taking this edit button. Because all of them have this edit button. They seem like a plug it, for example, as you can see, So right here we're going to start off describe from from scratch, basically. So this button right here is by fasting, in fact, and if you don't know what that is is basically once you adjust the effect and if you if you want to turn it off to see how it sounds without the effect, just click. This is going to remove the effect by I'm checking. This is going to apply your fact again. So, yeah, and right here in this process, we have heavy noise reduction, like noise reduction. But trust me, we don't need these. These are some process that really don't know how your mike functions. Where Mike's place that how high your noise reduction noises in your room. So basically, just use the default one, and it's easy to adjust. That right here can help with the noise, only to detect it on. This is the important part right here. We have the processing focus and the amount. The amount is, of course, of how much the effect you want to apply on how much you want the noise reduction Teoh apply. So, basically, how much would they know If you want to remove right here? This is important when it comes to processing. Focus. You have this focus on all frankness is which is the flat line, and you have this focus on lower frequencies, myth, pregnancies lower and higher and higher frequencies. So if you think that your audio is quite fine and you just need a slight noise reduction, you should use this lower. Frankness is because it's going to detective much better. But if you have something as idea which is noise throat all the clip like a flat noise you should use all frankness is because it's going to clear out your audio much better. And right now you're going to play with these to see how much you need of this percentage. So basically, I have I need around 70 which is a lot, because I have a lot of noise, but just drag it out to 70 or tested out. Try 50. Turney doesn't matter and see what fits for you. What's removed the noise best for you. Because the more you adjusted, the more is going to lower your audio because it's using the effect a lot. But 70 seems pretty good for me. So let me play for you right now to see how it sounds. With the effect Is it conceivable? All of the nose is gone. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse cuts And today I gotta bring you tutorial for you right now I'm going to get it back to show you by bypassing it how it sounds with down t of actual effect . And here is with the effect. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do. It's crazy how this effect is useful and you actually need to use it in all of your videos . So right here you learned you learn how to remove noise out of your clip, and you actually learn some things about audio itself And how noise in audio works on. I explain some of things that you need to remember before you actually start recording. And about this 10 seconds before you actually start speaking. So I hope you had fun time. This is only our first lesson. We have a lot to cover, and I'm going to teach you a lot of other things in our next lessons. So in case you're watching this from a previous video, I'm going to leave this for free. As a preview video and kids were watching this. Consider buying the course right now while it still has the 30 day money back Guaranteed promotions. So you basically got nothing to lose by enrolling on. Let's addict your audio. The right. Wait, guys. Thank you for having me here. I'm out and I will see you in our next lesson. 5. Normalize Your Audio With Parametric EQ: Hey, guys, welcome back to a brand new lessons. So before we actually start learning in this lesson, I want to thank you And, of course, to congratulate you. Because if you're watching this lesson, that means you're officially enrolled Intercourse. So thank you very much. And let's not keep wasting our time. Let's keep learning. Actually, so right here I wanted to mention other thing. It's that if if you get into another lesson, don't delete the stuff that we did before. So, for example, in our last lesson, we were working with the D noise effect on what I meant to say by that is, don't remove it. Keep it the same way as we adjusted it because we don't want to see what we did with a specific effect. Of course we can do that, but we're trying, Teoh, we have a bigger goal. We're trying to achieve that final crispy sound with our audio. So if you remove some of the effects of we did, you're not going to achieve that, So keep them the same way. So basically, don't delete any of the effect we do. Just pick up where we left off. So right Now I'm going to go to the effects tab right here. And if you forgot, you can have the same birth space as I have. I got windows, Berg, spaces and effects. I don't like working with the audio one this way. Easier. So just go to the effects and search for a thing called Parametric Equaliser. It's right. Underneath are the effects steps. So dry it onto our audio and you know the process. Just go right through the effect controls and click on this button button, right? You're underneath Parish equalizer and right off the bat. I know it seems scary and it looks kind of scary, but trust me, it's really simple to use. But of course, before we get into this, before we actually start using this effect, I want to explain to you what it does. So you're not only just going to follow me, but you're actually going to understand what this effect does. So basically, what do we use this very much equalize Afford. The name says it for itself is basically equalizing the para metrics. So what are we trying to do? Right here? Is achieved the specific curses that are going to fit our audio. And we're going to loosen up old over the bass boost and are talking, for example, if you have a wide room is going to pick up a lot of bass boost is going to pick up a lot of effect. Echo. I'm sorry, Echo. You're going basically gonna have a lot of eco. I'm going to show you how to remove all of these. How to adjust your lower and higher frequencies, which is really simple. So right here, master again, We're not going to mess with that. And for just gonna keep the same weight is on zero. We have this presets, which we're going to keep on default. We have this long this maximize right here. But we're going to leave this for another lesson. I got discovered in another lesson. We're going to use this different, different way on. Of course, if you need any of these, you could test them out. But But I like it on the default right here. So I want to explain these right here. So this l stands for low, which is, of course, for lower frequencies. For example. For example, I mentioned a bass boost in your in your voice. And that's something that we can adjust by working with this. And we have also this age with stands for higher frequencies and is going to pick up all the higher frequencies that are basically something like, for example, noise. If we removed the noise reduction, where are the noise If we drag this up, But it's basically going to do is going to bring back the noise and is going to increase all the all the fragments is all the hurts is that are there that is picking up? We have this from 1 to 5 right here and work. I'm going to show you how to work with this in a second. But before we actually get working with this, I'm going to explain what this right here is so as you can see frequencies, as I said for frequencies, I don't know how you how you pronounced It doesn't matter. So what this means is basically all of the hearses that is picking up or or the height of the hearses, for example you can see is it goes all the way up to 20 k right here, 20,000 and it's all the high ones right here on the lower ones. It's right at about 40 underneath you, of course. Know what gain is. Basically, how much of the decibels you're going to add or subtract or something like that and eyes basically going to increase or decrease the effect or the audio they were trying to achieve on right here underneath Q or with. We have these options right here, which is going to make the effects smooth or sharp, right here, so sharp as this one, which is edgy. And this is the smooth one, of course. And, for example, these right here. I'm going to explain this later. But just bear with me. It's really easy. And of course we got this labels right here, which I explained right here from about the age from 1 to 5. It's really easy. So right now, if you actually want to use this event where you're going to need to do is play your audio and listen because we're trying Teoh. We're trying to realize what our audio needs. We're not trying to. We're not trying to just fall. You're not trying to follow me and do the exact same thing that I'm doing. Maybe your your surroundings are different. Maybe your microphone is different. Maybe you have way more input level in your microphone than I do. So basically, what I'm trying to say is keep keep following me and actually realise what I'm doing. So you could do the same to your audio, but in a different way. In a way, your mic needs it. So right now I'm going to play my audio. Listen to it. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So that's just something I have done for a while. I don't have time. What I realized is that my loaf references are having a really nasty bass boost at around 80 hertz right here. So, as you can see, I'm just going to queue, get it back to zero decibels and leave it right. You're right. Now I'm going to check out my higher frequencies. Hey, what is up, guys? And it's year from reverse cuts in today. I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So, as you can see, it's really nasty. And about 7000 I'm going to decrease the gain on right down I got I think I got rid of all of the bass boost and of the higher pitches, which I didn't want in my audio. So that's basically what I did. I just drag this around, checked where the nastiest volume as and where the nastiest effect is. And right now I'm done with the lows and highs. Right now I'm going to work with from with these from running for 1 to 5. So basically, as much as you move on, you're going to be catching the heart frequencies right now. We're still low once with our one. So let's Blair audio and check out what it needs. But this time, where we're going to do is we're going to decrease our game because we don't want that effect and we're going to be messing with our with. So, basically, what with this is I'm going to explain once I get the right gain. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse, constant available. It's really nasty. About 200 really, really nasty. So right now what I want to do is decrease the gain old way to a minus. Let's see about minus 20 ish. Let's check it out. Hey, what is up, guys? But as you can see, it's getting catching up. A lot of these hurts is right here and sketching up way more volume and way more thes audios there were trying to actually catch. So what are we going to do is we're going to increase our with. And as you can see, it's really getting tight. So what that does is catching weigh less hearses and Frank Mrs right now. So if we played back, Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse cuts, and as you can see, it's sounding way more natural, and it's catching up way less of these. So right now we're going to work with the to Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse consent today about 24. So this is something that I have to go for. A rabbit will have time to about some around right here, so we're going to repeat the exact same process. We're going to drop this down, and we're going to increase the with. We're going to drop it even more also, let's let's check it out Hey, what is of guys in this year from reverse cuts? And today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. I just didn't have time to. And right there, I got as you can see, I'm really getting this effect where I'm normalizing my audio. I'm losing all of these frequencies that I'm not trying to yet. And some of these right here should be for the echo. I'm not getting Deco, but for those of you who are getting echoing their sounds or are recording in a really wide surroundings, they should really help. So right about these higher ones right here, there should be the echo. So let's check it out. Hey, what is up, guys? And it's maybe not in deterred. I'm sorry, but in these for sure, here from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for year. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. I just have talked Teoh right down a doctor. A great fresh food. It's sounding really nasty right here. So what I'm going to do is just drop it down like right here and check out how much of the minus game we need. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year, from reverse cuts And today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for one I just didn't have time to on right now. I got the great footage for it, and I'm going to show you be satisfied that right about right here. So I've seen some of the people move around these, like without adjusting the gain or with just moving them around, listening to go out and moving them around like making some weird stuff like a snake. It's not really what you need to do with this. It's just that you need to listen and actually adjust to gain. And what once you get the right hurts is so just keep following me. Hey, what is up, guys? And it's here from reverse tests. And today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I want to do for a while. I didn't have time, Teoh. Right now I got the great fresh for it. Yeah, the ups right here. It's right years. You can see. As you can see, the pitchy noise is really bothering me. Some trying to just that. But I'm going to loosen up the with because I want to catch a little bit more of these fractions. Sees right here. Hey, what is of guys? And this year from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. I just didn't have time to on right now. I got you up right there. So let's do the 5th 1 right now. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. I didn't have time to, and right now I got great foot for it, so we got the sweet spot right here. We got sweet spot right on this one. So I'm going to be christened now, and priests are with, but I think I want to catch a little bit more of these Francis writers. I'm going to decrease the with a little bit. Let's check out what we have from Hey, what is up, guys? And it's here from reverse cuts. And today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. I just didn't have time to on right now. I got a great footage for it. And I'm going to show you this amazing trick which will give you, like, this smoothest seen switch. Or let's call it. I know what you're trying to say right now that our audio is a little bit low. But don't worry, We're going to cover up that in our next lesson. Right now, we're just trying to normalize. Our frequencies are hearses. So let's check out this sound before and after. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring your tutorial for it. Sounds like I'm talking in a dock. You walking? So let's check out how it sounds with the audio with the effect. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. I just didn't have time. Teoh And right now I got great footage for it and I'm going to show you this amazing trick which will give you, like, the smoothest seen switch. Or let's call it the I like it this way much better. And right now, once we finished with the Parametric equaliser and you realize we're redoing and our next lesson, we're going to learn how to actually give it a normal sound after adjusting all of these things. So what? We're talking about what we've been talking about right here, as this is just a recap off this lesson. So basically, we're trying to found defending hurts where the nasty sound is for the lows, for example, for base boosts and all the fuzziness and drop it down. And just the wit in a way that we want to catch up the hearse is that we have right here so much. Just decrease the 2nd 1 a little bit. And on the high ones were trying to remove the echo and the higher pictures that we had, so that's exactly what we did. So if you're trying to go for the echo right away, don't be scared to go for fourth or fifth right away. You don't need to just one or two if you think it's fine, it's all preferences to your own audio, their own microphone and stuff like that. So thank you for having me here. In our next lesson, I talk about where we're going to learn, so hop right into it and let's fix our audio even more. 6. Giving Your Audio A Normal Tone: Hey, what is up, guys? Welcome back. And in this episode, we're going to be adjusting the tone off our audio. We're going to give it that nice sound which is normalized to our ears and a loaded devices that people should be listening to it, for example, phones or computers. It's going to sound nice exactly the same for all of these. So, as I said, keep all the changes that we made right here and get to defect, step and find our amplify. Its right here amplify underneath audio effects step and we're going to track it onto our audio. Same process. Go right here today at it. As you can see, it's not much of an option right here, for example, for the presets. You have these right here, just change the decibels. But we're going to change the decibel by ourselves right here, because you need to find out what fits for your audio, maybe, or microphone is way louder, so you're going to meet way less. Maybe it's wait lower when it comes your microphones, so you need more of these decibels. But but I just wanted to tell you is to link these fighters because you don't want more of left than in, right. That's just going to make your audio sound weird. And what we're going to do right now is player audio. And keep increasing this until we find the fitting point. Because this effect is really, really was aboard. I'm looking for this effect is really hard. I don't know how to stay at the other weight, because even if you're just by one, you're going to see the difference. So not much of this do not have much of this. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year, from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. Just check my You used to get this out turning. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. I just didn't have time to write because you were out of the oven amplified. But let me show to you how it sounds went out and with the effect That's Jason. Hey, what is up guys and this year, from reverse cuts And today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. As you can see, it added, ah, lot off the volume to it because we actually decreased a lot of our audio using the Parametric equaliser. And this is just a simple option that you should use before we actually jumping to some other anything which is our other section. And that's where we're going to add that Christmas sounds to our audio. So this was literally it for this lesson. We're just going to increase our audio with amplify. But keep messing with this. See what fits for you treat Decibels were good for me. Maybe I was wrong. Maybe some people would say you need way more, but this is something that I'm trying to achieve. This is the sound that I like, So that will be it for this lesson. And I must see on our next one 7. Getting A Cinematic Sound With A Loudness Maximizer: Hey, what is um guys, welcome back to a brand new lesson and right now we're coming a brain, you part of the course And this is where we're going to get that crispy sound when our audio Basically, we're just trying to correct our audio Samos color grading when you try to actually first color correct the picture or a video and then you're going to color Great it. So right now we're actually audio grading our audio host it like that. So right now I'm going to go to the effect step and I'm going to search again for a parametric equaliser. So what I found interesting and what I really like for pregnant when it comes to Premier Pro is you can add whole bunch of the same effect over and over. For example Parametric Equaliser I already have it as you remember we used it and right now we're going to add it to our audio is going to appear right here again. So this time we're going to hit at it. Just exit this and do you remember how mentioned we're going to be messing with the presets ? Called out this maximize er well, this is the lesson Jump into this effect. And as you can see, these just switched around Basically where? Why I like using this preset is it's going to make your audio sound exactly the same as in podcast. It doesn't matter. What your mike is is going to give you that podcast sound to your audio. And if you remember, must be used the Parametric equaliser and our last lesson. Or remember which one was it? Basically, what we had right here is the smooth and sweat it out. And what I want you to do is keep him harsh this time as different ones. The's right here. So switch up to these. And as you can see, you don't have 123 or five. But you actually don't even need them. We just need the lows and high. So what I said is we're going to get this cinematic sound in our audio and is going to give us that podcast sound in our audio. So that's something that I really like. If you don't like this, you don't need to add it. But it's good to know about this because I really love this. And right now, I'm going to play the audio the same exact way we did with the pair. Much equalizer last time. And I'm going to play audio and listen to it and try to adjust in these things. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. I just didn't have time to you and write. What I forgot to mention is you need to adjust this just a little bit because it makes a big of a difference if you drag it somewhere. So just a little tiny, tiny adjustments did. Now I got the great footage for it, and I'm going to show you this. Amazing. I'm actually going to keep it at exactly 100 because I got a lot of bass boost. If I increase it more and what I like about this, it's making my sound my voice actually way more manly. I would say it's not, You will see you will see at the end. It's basically it makes your sound way more manly, and it gives a lot of detail to your sound. Let's mess with the H or the highs. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse, that's And today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. I just didn't have time to you. And right now I got the great footage for it, and I'm going to show you this amazing trick which will give you, like, the smoothest seen switch. Did you just see these are the adjustments that I made, and I really like it this way. It just keeps reminding me of the podcast sounds. Let's check it out to the before and after. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. I just didn't have time to you. And right now I got the great footage for it, and I'm going to show you this amazing trick which will give you like this. You see me switch this off and on its it's making our audio way more was the word that I'm looking for. It's just way more tasteful, I would say on this is in effect actually a preset in parametric equaliser that I really like using. So mess around with this China, See what fits for you. And don't worry if you if you hear a lot of the fuzziness right now with the S is and the teas and peas, that's something that I'm going to show you how to adjust. And I think our next lesson or two out from thes I don't know. We'll see. So thank you for Army here, and I will be expecting you in our other lessons. 8. Lower Sibilants In Your Audio: Hey, what is up, guys? And is here once again and we're back into creating our audio sound professional. So, in this episode, as you've seen from the title, I'm going to show you how the decrease or low over your siblings in case you don't know what that is, is basically your assist and your feet and your efs. I'm sorry. And your teas and you're popping sounds from they're coming from her mouth, which you can basically low burr or give it a trash hold, which is going basically to make your audio sound way more normal. I will see So right here. What are we going to do is get it on audio effect or plug in, which is a default plugging in very pro search right here the Aesir that's right underneath this obsolete one than you just obsolete one, as I always say, because this is the older one and this is pronounced the answer is that these er, as some people call it, so just lap it onto your audio right here and click edit button, as always, right here we have this option, which seems simple, but right now I want to talk about some things and I'm going to explain. Do you guys who would actually understand this effect I'm not just trying to show you how you are just a couple of things and next time you have a probably won't know what you're doing, So I'm just explain some things. So basically, if you have your mike wait clothes or your input level is high in your microphone or basically just cashing up all these siblings which are popping out of your mouth, which I really have a problem with because, uh, because I have a reason my mike is close to my mouth because I have nowhere else to put it . Basically, I have a lot of these esses and all of these teas and efs and I have a problem with this siblings. So I'm using a de Esser to decrease the effect of them to decrease the attention that are there, drawing and make that caused the audio sound way silly. So basically, where these where these siblings are hiding when it comes to hurts, is is somewhere between four k and thank a 14,000 basically, and that's the place where you're going to find them once we try to adjust them. And the only option that we're going to use is the Tresh hopes. Right underneath this moat, we have a broadband and multi band. Please don't use the broadband because it just doesn't do it. It's job. It's It's something like a compressor and just compresses the sound and doesn't do the quite job of lowering the semblance. So don't use the compressor used the d s, sir. Don't compress just the s. Okay, I'm directing this. Tracking this out. Do far. I'm gonna stop. So right here we have this trash help and is basically the less decibels we remove or lower on our siblings. The less of the pops and s is we're going to get I'm making these s is dramatic because I'm trying to show you guys what I'm thinking off. And we have these center frequency and bandwidth. Bandwidth is basically these right here. Then we dragged them out as you can see the belt with gold, and it's catching up all the way to 7500. If you want to have a clear sign of very your siblings are, you can output civilians only by clicking this option and listening to where you can find. But that's not hard to listen to, even this way. But just for the sake of this tutorial, we're going to output them to show you what I mean. What is it going breaking story for you. As you noticed when I say so. This is something my s is are pretty nasty. And even if I remove this option, you can hear that quite well. So this is something that I wanted to. And right now it's not then, as because we have this treasure island trash all I forgot. So this is something that I wanted to do that it's just hurting my ears to listen to old is so this stress hold is basically whatever fits to your audio. Maybe we need less of this. I needed a lot. So I basically keeping around money sturdy, which is the default one. And let me explain the threshold a little bit more. So basically, if you have your audio like this, these aren't the waves. These are the normal wings right here. And this is your audio. Imagine this as a C as away from the sea So basically, this is just a wave and it's normal. It's pretty flat. And once ah higher one comes out is going to jump over the normal one. So it basically summer around right here, let's say and as soon as it goes over the normal height, that's where the tresh hold, or rds er comes in, is going to compress that s sound and get it back to the normal ones. So once it jumps out, the D s er is going going to go back to work and make it sound normal by flattening it out . So, as I said, they're always around four K and thank you. As you see when we output them. This show right here is you can see so you can just drag this out a bit right here to catch cold is, But I would suggest you to catch as much as you can of this. So if you just drag this out a bit to see what fits for you mess around with this sea with best fits for you because the more you out of this, to be honest, is going to mess up your audio bit so found find a fitting point. Attorney decibels is the way for me. Minus 30 decibels, Of course. So let me just play the audio without the effect. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. It's and this is with the effect. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. You just see it sounding way, way more normal and appealing to the year that it was before. And I hope you understand what I explained right here with the way. So as soon as it jumps over the normal which are the S is we jump over, our audio is going to Of course, our di essere is going to compress them and make them lower. Make them sound normal. Of course, the more trash hold you get in, the more SS are going to be compressed. And of course, it's working for EFS and teas and peas. But we're going to be adjusting this way more and one of our last lessons. So that will be it for this lesson, I hope enjoyed. And I hope you understood what we were talking about right here. One thing that I forgot to mention is about the presets right here we have a lot of presets , which, of course, you can try using. But I personally don't like using them on right here. We you have did the Asher's the T shirts or don't know how you pronounce it. But it's about the sound. And I don't use this male voice. Yes, sir, because sometimes when I work with lower pitches males who have a lower pitch voice, it's not just going to do the job. So basically, the default one is working for me as always and hope you understood. And I hope you did well with your audio. That will be it for me guys, and I'm out. 9. Setting Your Audio Loudness: Hey, what is up, guys? Welcome back to a bring your lesson and which we're going to show you how to set up the loudness off your video or your audio off course. So right here, I first want to discuss about something so you would actually understand what we're going to do. And you would know what to do when the different audio standards hit you up. So off course, there's a standard out there about audios off course. There's nothing that you need to like. Follow, in which case your audio shouldn't be working. There's actually something that, of course, couple of dudes who were making the Web standards for audio written on the white paper, nothing special. So basically, there's a standard call al UFC, which stands for allowed this unit's full scale. And that's something that, actually you should follow in order to get a normal audio. So what I mean by that, for example, there are different standards when it comes to films when it comes to commercials, when it comes to simple youth, you videos and stuff like that. So, for example, in films and those higher standard Thing is, the standard is about minus 24 UFC or Al KFC. And for our normal videos, which we're trying to create right now it's minus 16. And I'm going to show you how to adjust that in order for your audio to be sounding way better and something that I also wanted to mention is. And this lesson was first going to do is measure are allowed this over video and then adjusted to the desired Well, so right now where we're going to do is your defects that right here and search for a loudness radar in case you're working, What window? Right here and audio. What you need to do is go. Did the audio track, which is called Master to pick all the things are up there mixed. So once we added allowed this radar terror video, we're going to open it up by clicking the edit button on right here. We first want to go to the settings options right here. As you can see the target loudness. We need to switch this up to minus 16 on right here. You can switch up from Al KFC, tell you have seen, but it's pretty much the same. Think no reason to worry about that. So once you go all the way up to minus 16 is where we want our audio to peak. So underneath traders beat as one minute. That's all we need. Unless you're working with something crazy long with different audio standards, different audio rates and stuff like that, this is something that should fit us the best One minute and right here is our radar, which is going to detect the loudness of our Reiter before we actually get into this. I remember something that I wanted to mention to you guys. It's if you're preparing a video for you, tube and you're trying to adjust the audio. Don't bother about that really much because YouTube has its own standard about it. And in case you didn't know if your audio is really, really low, you kill Bill, boost it up, get it really back up. And if your audio is way, way hard and peaking really high YouTube standards will basically, there are algorithm will bring it down to their desired bill. In case you don't believe me about this, but should you should get to any YouTube video, right click exactly on the video and click stats for nerds right there. If you're a nerd, you're going to be watching this. Your of course, your nerd. And I'm just getting Just go right there. Click on stats for nurse, and you will see the adjustments off the volume. And right now we're going to do is detect the loudness off our aria right here. Righetti thereby just playing the clip on it's going to detect it. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year, from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. I just didn't have time to. And right now I got the great footage for it, and I'm going to show you this amazing trick which will give you, like the smoothest seen switch. Or let's call it the seem cut in in the world like this is literally the best view you can get when it comes to switching scenes. And as you can see, we set it up at a minute. But we didn't even pull out for a minute. So this should be enough. 20 seconds, as you can see, decibels that we're heading our money's 15. And this is like an amplitude is the ups and downs, ups and downs. And it's basically measuring our audio. And right now, what are we going to do to actually adjusted? Because this effect can't really are just any of the sound which is detecting allowed this . We have minus 15 but as you remember, we wanted to hit at minus 16. How are we going to do that? Let me show it to you guys. Just exit this from now and give the effects That right here on search up hard limiter right here. This is the effect of we're going to use your just our audio, drag it onto your audio right here, click at it. And we have a couple of options right here. I'm actually gonna start from the bottom because these are the more simple one to explain. So look ahead. Time and release time are basically the options that if some of you are gamers are going to understand better. Basically, m s, which stands for, you know, in game M s bank. Whatever. So, basically, this is the time that the effect is going to attack the audio Yes, we're attacking it. So basically, for you have seven, it should be fine. You can even lower it upto one which is going to affect it right away. And the release. You should keep it at 100. Because in case you have a slight drop down on your audio, it shouldn't go straight up to the audio and mess it up is getting to gradually release it . So once we got that out of the way, we're going to explain these two up front right here. So in case to keep this out of mistakes, he should keep it at minus 0.6, which is going to keep your audio really, really flat. You know, in case there are some other peaks, it's just going to keep your audio well, so the maximum amplitude is going to keep the audio right here. And when it comes to the input boost, basically it's just simple math. If we have minus 15 and I want you average minus 16 what I'm going to do as I'm going to add minus one and that is it in case you're having, let's say, minus 18.3, let's say like that What are you going to do? It You achieve minus 16. Well, basically, just at 2.3 and I'm going to add to the 18.3 and it's going to average a money 16. I know Dr Fast, but it's just simple math. I hope you understood, in case you didn't roll back on this video and check it out again. So if I have minus 15 I'm going to add minus one to it, and it's going to be minus 16. And this Maxim employer is going to help out there any disorders. And right now I'm just going to head out of the effect and click edit right here. As you can say, this is saved in case you want Teoh reroll this. Just click this thing right here, which is going to get it back to start. But here's the thing to Premier Pro does. Sometimes that's this thing can bug out sometimes and is going to not detect this effect at all. So what I do is delete this callous radar search again A levels radar on, drop it onto my audio and that it memorize that if you're working in the audio window please get all of these on the master track. And right now should be thanking me for this because I had a hard time finding out about this. It was really hard, you know, thinking my heart limiter was messing up. I almost cried. And right now I got it the right way. So let's play our audio once again to see if it's gonna big at minus 16. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. I just didn't have time to. And right now I got the great footage for it, and I'm going to show you this amazing trick which will give you, like, the smoothest seen switch. Or let's call it the seem cut. And in the world like this is literally the best view you can get when it comes to switching scenes. As you can see, it's speaking at a minus 16 which is our standard. It we're going at. I hope you understood this. I didn't just want to slap on these effects. I wanted to explain to you from scratch. What? Our value? A f C u f c l KFC. Ah, what are the standards where you can do if you're shooting a video for you cube or other platforms? How are these going to affect your audio? Which you should do to adjust it in a certain way? And I hope you understood all of these. Thank you for having me here, guys, I hope, enjoy. And I'm us here in our next lesson. 10. Polishing Your Audio With An Advanced Multiband Compressor: Hello, everyone. Welcome back to our last lesson off this section of the course. So basically, once we finish this lesson, were actually finished with making our audio sound, cinematic or professional. Call it whatever you want. So basically, right now we're going to get to the advanced part and we get to cover up a really, really cool effect, which I love using. And it's basically a compressor and Aniki combined into one. It's called a multi band compressor. You confined in the effects step by searching multi being compressor, and I'm gonna basically I'm going to explain to you what it is and how are you going to use it, and why would you even use it? So let's jump right into it. So a multi been compressor. It is a compressor that acts on specific designated frequencies. So, for example, di essere does exactly the same. But a multi bank compressor does it across the whole spectrum, which is quite amazing. I love using it. So if you're using a multi being compressor, you will have for bands. So right there you will have less actually open it up for a story that search for a multi been compressor on. Drop it onto our video. Don't use the absolute one. Please, Please, please don't use the absolutely one. Go to edit right here and open it up because you can see it seems kind of scary, but it's not. It's really simple to use. So, as I said is that compressor and eq you in one place. But it's way more advanced and wait better to use. So basically, as you can see, you have four of these sections and they divide it. All of the frequencies and all of the audio sections, I would say into four places. So what this is it is the lows. It is the lowest months and it it's the boot base one. It's where you hear the bass in your voice. This one is the low mids, and this is mostly where you will find your voice once you start speaking and the audio waves should appear right here. So this is where you should find you're voice. This is their higher myths, and these are the highs. So basically, these two are where the pictures and the noise and all the higher frequencies are basically happening. So in case you were wondering where we doing this because we already used any. Que is because after using this, you can set up the bandwidth. You can set up the ratio attack, release Andi, even even E could more to actually achieve a specific look. So right now I'm going to drop my lows right here, even up to 100 because it can catch up even more. And there's an import and think that I wanted to mention this right here. This precept broadcast is it's not a default preset because, as you always know, there's a default preset where everything is on a zero and there are other pieces. This broadcast right here. It says zero everywhere, and it's looking normal. But if you switch anywhere from it, for example, let's just press heavy guitar. Everything is switched up, and if we go back to broadcast, as you can see, it's set up right here. So what? This ISS? I don't know why, but for some reason Premiere Pro didn't at a default one. So basically, if you mess up and switch from decent, go back to broadcast, just know that these will switch up, and if you're trying to go back again from scratch will have delete the multi being compressor and added back in. That's something really important to let you know because you will mess up your audio and you won't know why if you switch from the broadcast. When I first heard of people, Dio also is use a classical master. But I really haven't had a chance to play around with this, although they say it's pretty similar. But I'm going to stick with the broadcast and as I switched, I'm going to delay this on added back in your factory, at it. And as we discussed, I'm going to get our lows back 200 right now we're going to work with these. So this is one of those effects where we need to actually listen to the audio in order to know what we're going to adjust. So as I set the lower ones right here, our them base their base, you can hear in the boys, So let's start to right away. Let's play our audio and see what suck. Hey, what is of guys? And this year from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for you So this is what I forgot to mention is if you can't really tell the difference once you apply the effect, where you can do is click. This s right here as too. So although the track and actually output the the fact that we're trying to achieve So basically, if I quickly this we're going to hear a lot of bass boost right now. And it's only going Teoh, play the bass boost. As you can see, I have bass boost in my sound, which I'm going to lower quite a bit because I really don't like that. What I've noticed is in podcast, people actually leave bass boost in their sound night. Now, I don't know if that that's what if they don't know how to remove it or it actually like it . But a lot of podcasts do have based boost. So is that something you like? Go ahead, Don't remove it. I just don't like it. I'm going to remove it and I'm going to keep playing it. You actually adjusted gain and other stuff. I'm going to drop down the gain a bit. Try something like this. Yeah, that's that's much better. It's actually set it up to minus 9 23 because I found out that it's something that's working for me, and I want to move on to some of the other things before we actually just these things. So right here the ratio, We're not gonna mess with this because we don't need it. It's actually find the way it is right here because we don't have more of these and for the attack. As I said earlier, when I used I think what I use, I think we use the Parametric equaliser from sure I don't remember, but it's basically how this effect the multi band compressor is going to attack this base once it appears so. Basically, if you lower this to wanna mess is going to attack it right away and by gradually going out is going to release it Waste murder if we have this at 100. So basically, I'm just going to switch all these up to one right now. What else I wanted to talk about is these things right here? I I really don't mess but help you gain some people put at 0.1. I have no idea why. Because that's not much of a difference, but for the limiter. What I like to do is switch this up now. This is really important for me and maybe for you also. Because a Zay said earlier. My mike is really close to my mouth because I have nowhere else to put it and it's right in front of me and we're basically this does is it's going to set up a block to where the decibels can go. There nears. So basically, I will say this up to minus tree, and another thing that I can do is check this brick wall limiter. Basically, what this is going to do is going to create a wall. So what a wall does it's going to block your from passing is going to block our audio from passing right here from minus tree decibels, which I really love using because, as I said, my audio is a bit shaky, and when I record something long, I like to move around in my chair. We get closer to the mike. I would go far away from the mic stuff like that, so basically so it doesn't hurt your ears or something. I'm going to break it at minus three decibels, Right, that we're going to be using this by Let's check this because we still had Al solo on right now, we're going to be using the orange one, which, as I said, is mostly where our voice is going to appear. So if you actually play it and drag it around, you're going to see a gradual. They rushed up guys, and it's here from reverse guys. And today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. I just didn't have time to. And right now I got to think, I'm going to set it up. But I minus 12 just so I don't have that loudness in there. And of course, you can always sold it outright. Put it for it to you just to show you a trick which will give you, like this movie seen switch for As you can tell, if we drag it all the way down, it's making our audio sound like literally speaking into a big ass bucket. That's how it's something that I like so about. Minus 12 ish should be good for me, but of course, test it out on your own. She was faced for you. And I'm good to increase the game just a little bit because I kind of over my voice and I'm trying to get that nice the nice center that I'm trying to achieve right here on these. You should be messing with these quite a lot because it's kind of harder to hear days instead of these. So, editorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. Do you? I got a great footage for about money. 70 17 and I'm going to do the exact thing that I did with it. The voice right here. But the actual voice If I un solo this and go back to this one, that's actually what I was going to show you. This amazing trick which will give you, like, the smoothest seen switch or seem cut This. This is where I would keep it. But let's see if it's a little too low. Hey, what is of guys Venice year from reverse cuts. And today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. I just didn't have time for you. And right now I got a great footage for it and I'm going to show you this. I think that should be fine, actually, because this is the closest somewhat my basic precept that I have that I've been using quite a lot for anything. My audio. And right now, of course, we're going to check out the before and after sound is before what is up, guys. And this year, from reverse cuts And today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. I just didn't have time. You can tell how my voice is deep and it's having that bass in the background once I on check it and off course how it's I don't know how toe how to explain it. It's hitting the beaks very hard. But if I check this Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. So this is something that I wanted to do for a while. I just didn't have time to, And right now I got a great footage for it and I'm going to show you this. Amazed. And if you remember what we did previously right here as must be used, the heart limiter, we kind of limited the peak right here to minus six is so once we apply this effect and got the margin back to zero and it went over six. So this is why I added ministry because it's going to get it back on minus six on. Most of my videos are going up to YouTube, so YouTube is going to equalize it perfectly. So that is something that I don't want to stress about. That is something that this is the way that I said it up basically. And I really like the South put Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. It's really era peeling, and I love the sound right here. I think out of government of that base boost and that deep voice, because this is the right fit for me. And right now, As for our last lesson of this section, I wanted to show you something, something really important. And that is how to save up all of these effects right here. So off course, we've been learning for quite a love for these lessons right here. And that is not something that you want to do. You don't want to add it your audio for a full one hour. That's a really waste of time. So, of course, what you can do is safer preset. That is going to contain all the effects that we used right here. We're going to do that by just cold in control and clicking on all these on death higher gates. So let them. You don't need a loudness radar because that actually is not an effect. But of course, just for the sake of this lesson, let's put it in both I being compressor on watching of all the selected like this, where you need to do is right. Click on one of them and got receive preset right here can name the preset. Let's say, let's name it what down is going on right here, living at scale because this is an audio audio effect on description. Let's save. Is this for all your core Eos as audio edit? Okay. And once you click that if you open up recess right here, you know, they should appear right. Here's you remember Sound design. If I hover over it with my mouth, it says use this for all of your tutorials as an audio it. So what we did right here is we saved this all of these presets right here. And if you want to open up a folder for these type of effects Janet, this right click on your priest I've been on Let's call it a course for audio click enter and is going to save Outbreak here, Dryness in on whenever you go to presets. And whenever you're faced at it and you're trying to editor audio, let's actually delete all the effects that we did previously. Just to show you it works. As you can see, our audio doesn't have any effects, and it's gonna sound trash as when that we just started. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for you, and right here we saved all of our effects, and we're gonna go to course for audio right here. And we have this sound design thing just drag it onto your audio. And as you can see, all of these will appear back again as we saved that. So if you play our audio back again, is going to sound good as new. Hey, what is up, guys? And this year, from reverse cuts and today I gotta bring you tutorial for you. This is something that I really love doing is saving process. I don't have to go over it again and just redo the world for no reason. Because you can save it and just slap it on once you need it again. Thank you for having me here, guys. I hope I will see in our next lesson where we will be learning some things when it comes to guess movie production. It doesn't matter. Actually, can you use this for whatever you want? But I'm basically going to show you some of the effects that I learned quite a long time ago. And they're not actually about making your sound better, but achieving a specific effect when it comes to your audio. So I hope I will see you there. Thank you for having me here, guys. And I'm out 11. Learn How To Create A Bass Boost: All right. Welcome back to a brand new section of the course in which I will teach you some of the effects that you can use throughout your montages. Torture, films, whatever traveling videos, whatever you're trying to create, it doesn't matter. We're tea tree, these effects. So let's jump right into so right Here is our first lesson. It's the most simple one in this section. It's bass boost. Of course. You know what? Bass boost issue Heard the music basically. Just give it that bass boost, baby. What are you going to do is go to the effects right here and first. Actually, I'm going to show you my song how it sounds without the bass boost. It does have a little bit based boost of itself because I found this in the YouTube audio library. But it doesn't matter. I'm going search right here in the effects tab base and they should appear. Drag this base right here or wherever you're trying to add it. And it's simple. You have this bypass to see how it works with or without, and you have the boost right here. I'm just going to drive this up really dramatically shaken tell the difference on Let me play it. Are you having any rape now? Because I am because I'm wearing a headset, All right, no problem. You don't need to thank me for that. So that's how you create a bass boost in your audio. By adding this simple based effect and increasing the boost your desired will. Of course, you will have to play around with it to see what fits for the best. But that would be it. In our next lesson, we're actually going to learn something really interesting, which is how to create an echo or a reverb effect, depending on the situation of your audio. So make sure you stick around and watch the next lesson because it's really amazing I melt . 12. Learn How To Create An Echo/Reverb Effect: Hello, everyone. Welcome back to a brand new lesson. And in this lesson, we're going to teach you something pretty awesome. Okay, so first of all, we're going to show you how to create a surround reverb in your audio. And after that, in this same lesson, I'm going to show you how to create echo and echo in your voice. It's pretty easy to create this. You just need to follow me. All right, let me just exit this right here and let's start. So right here I have these footsteps which I'm going to create a surround Rive Urban. These are the normal footsteps. They're still not edited. And this is a voiceover that I'm going to use to show you how to create a voice. Echo. Welcome. Just simple welcome. Which is going to sound welcome? Welcome, welcome, welcome. Well, you know, after we finish their think so right here. First we need to do is click on this audio right here. Make sure everything is clearing here and stuff. Go to the effects that right here, and add a surround river as right underneath audio effects around reverb. Slap it onto your audio and go three other thing right here. This is really simple to use. It was simple to explain also. So let's start with it. We have this presets right here, which can be used, but I don't like him. Basically don't like him. So I'm going to use the default one and set it up in a way break. Here we have what could be also called presets. It's called impulses right here. So Cathedral one is the most basic corn and sounds the best. Of course, these are awesome cake and mess around with the sea with fits for you. Maybe some of these are better for your audio. I don't know how your audio sounds, but I will be using the Cathedral one. And as you can see right as we slap on the preset, it has some options set up right here. So let's play the audio. You can barely hear the audio. That's the problem at the start. We're going to face that, of course, how we're going to fix that right here. You have this game which we can increase and set up the audio, but we also have a game right here by right clicking on our audio and get audio gain we have gained right here. As you can see, we're going to adjust this first, then this wife, because this is the game that happens before and after all these effects are applied and this gain right here is which is causing the effect. You have a specific sound, so we're going to just this one first. And as you can see right here, it says, speak amplitude. What this means is this is the peak where you can gov for your audio to sound as much fire as possible without having a distortion. If you go over this right here, it's going to have a distorts sound in it, which we, of course, don't want. So basically, we're going to add 7.6 right here on that is the maximum Do we can go If we press became play the clip. It sounds a bit better, but right now we're going to adjust it in here by dragging this game. Don't worry. Drag it up as much as you can. It's having this crispy, crispy surround reverb, but we have a lot of other adjustments to do, so let's turn it off. It's calling this around river to sound very nice. This effect is crazy, Good created, and right here I'm going to explain some of these other things. So of course, as I said, we got the impulse right here. You could be messing with these, but I don't need them because I chose a concrete walk sound effect. And right here is the room size. You can be lowering this a bit if you have a smaller room or something, but it's outside for me, so I'm gonna keep it at 100. Damping low frequencies and damping high frequencies is something that you should be using if you want to adjust it even more. So basically what this is, it's damping. Get the fragments, sees it, it shrinks the dynamic range of it. So this is something that I can't really tell you. Do this and do that. This is something that you're going to have to figure out by yourself by dragging it dramatically. Don't worry. Just drag it up to 10 200 to see what fits for you the best. There's something defense for me on. That is something you should be messing around with to see what fits for your audio because our audio audios are probably not the same. And right underneath death we have a pretty late This is basic. It's just going to add a delay to your river. So basically, is just gonna echo it out something that I personally don't like using when it comes to surround reverb, unless you're shooting a video summer in a cave or something and as diario where it's coming from. But for foot is like this, I don't like using it. And we have a front wit as surround with this is how how how could I explain this? So basically, what this is going to do to your audio is, if you increase the front with it, it's gonna make the audio compact you. And if you increase this around with, it's gonna make it more expand that sound more way more expanded. For example, if you shot that in a room which is not which it doesn't have a fitting audio with surround river, for example, it sounds way wider than the room is, and the room is really small, which you need to do is just decreased this round with, and it should get right back to the normal size. This right here is something you could be using to adjust your audio bit more, kid this at a maximum and to keep messing with these to see what fits for you. I personally don't use this because this effect actually does a pretty good job when you just apply it on alternators, increase the audio, maybe switch around a bit of these. But that's if this how you get this around river really awesome effect and really easy to use. I hope I explained that well to you. So you would understand what? Actually, you're dealing with the effect. And right now we're going to switch up to my daughter audio, in which I will show you how to create an echo. Welcome. This is just our honor that we're going to be using 40 voice echo. And before we actually get introduced, I want to explain something. So, basically, if your pre shooting an echo seen, what do you need to do is remember that you need to leave some space for this. Audio cannot be finished. For example, if you said welcome, don't stop the track right away. Let it be in silence for sometimes. So Echo would do is a job because, you know, it's echoing because if you stop the track before time, it's just gonna sound. We're gonna start exactly like this. Welcome, Welcome. What? And it's gonna stop right there is gonna sound stupid. There's something that we don't want. And if you, by any chance, is shot the audio or recorded the audio shot, the scene, whatever. Before you actually taught of the echo effect of right there trying to add it And you don't have that free space right here for it to happen, which you can do is the next thing. So I say this is the audio that I have right here and which you could do is right. Click it. See, It's exactly what I did right here is rest like it and click nest. Once you nested, it's going to have a nested sequence double click on it and should be right here. This is my audio without the finish This where finished it. What I did actually is a copy, distracts or hold fault and track it upwards or downwards. Whatever. If you don't have enough tracks, just right like this in click add track. And what I did actually is the next thing. I jacket it right here, Right Click on this and get the audio game. If you drag this audio again old away to my understanding 96 that is the farce. You can go click OK, and you should have no sound. And once you go out, you should be able to expand this as you can see. So that is something that you should want to do when you're effect. As you can see, I could expand this on right now I have the expanded flat sound. I mean flat audio which I'm going to add. The echo to so, which you need to do is go to the effects that right here, and search for a delay. Delay is right underneath and a long delay in the audio effects been Apply it right here. And the next thing that you want to do is mess around these options. Let me explain this to you. Of course You know what bypasses. And for the delay, this one second is too much. So this is how delayed the ACA will appear So the basic one as 0.500 which is half of the second and which is the best feedback. The feedback is how well the echo is going to response. So if you boosted up, all the way to 100 is gonna have unstoppable echo. Welcome. Welcome. Welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome. This is something that we don't want. So basically, about 20% should be good if you listen to now. Okay, Welcome, Welcome. This should be enough. But there's something else that we can do to our to our audio, to sound way more like a Neco. And that is the mix different. Jump down to mix also to about 20 ish or, let's say increases to 25 to have a longer echo and get this to 20. It's This is basically for how long the echo will fade out, and that's going to give it a natural eco sound welcome. You can see our audio is sounding perfect now, but there's still some things that we can do to it to make it sound more natural because it is. You can see there's no surrounding right here, and it sounds like it will set in a that a studio Welcome. So what I like to do is add the same surround reverb as we did earlier. For hopes surround reverb as we used right here. And I think the edit use this. Things may be decreased a little bit of the room size and maybe add a little bit of delay. But we added it right here. So there's no reason for it and decrease this just a bit. So if we exit this right here, what I forgot to mention is that we're going to you used the exact same thing that we did, right. You to increase the audio. So right, click it, Go to audio, get right click. It could be on your game and 5.8 is the fitting point for me. Maybe for you isn't just apply that on. Go back to the surround river Baby increased this a bit. This gained as we did right here as you remember. And right now let's see how it sounds. The cathedral is not doing a really well job, so large concert hall should do its job. Let's test it out because this is something that I've been messing around with and see if it fits the best. As you can see, it's giving you that nice echo effect. And even if he expand this a bit, it's all about testing is giving us way more of this. Maybe you should subtract a little bit of this, but that's if you're trying to achieve a basic sound of the Surround River. I mean, basic voice echo the delay. Welcome. Should be the delay. Should be all you need. But if you're trying to add a cinematic film sound of an echo voice, you should be using this around river and be messing with it to see what fits for audio to create a really nice and cinematic echo effect that would be it for this lesson, I hope enjoyed, and I will see you in our next one. 13. Learn How To Create An Underwater (Muffle) Effect: All right, ladies n gents, we've came to our final lesson for this section of the course, and that is how to create an underwater effect for your audio. This is something that's really simple. I'm gonna show you how to create it in a minute. But first of all, for the first time in this course want to show you before we actually jump into this What I actually managed to create for this effect do you can see it's it's really an interesting effect, extra effect, which is easy to create. And I'm gonna show you right now. So if you have your audio right here, whatever you're working with, go to the effect step and search for a low pass. But you need to do is drag this low. Pass on to your audio clip. It should be right here, and you have just this simple option called cut off. And as you can see, the audio is already muffled at this point. And what I like to do is animated to have a starting point, then goes right into the muffle. It's muffled, it's muffled, it's an underwater effect, and boom, it comes out and the are you sounding normal again? So you're going Teoh by finding the point where you want your audio to sound normal and not just go right into the muffle right away. So let's say at about two seconds right here. But you need to do is drag this out all the way to the maximum, which is going to cause the audio to sound normal, as you can see, and click this right here toggle animation to add a key frame for the normal normal sound. It's sounding normal right now, in case you got a little sensitivity on your mouths, which you can do is just click on this restaurant. Spend minds, and it should take you to the front of the point where the article sounds normal. So what's you go back to where your audio sounds normal. What you need to do is drag drag it out. Just about this bit just a little bit, and I take it you're about, I would say, 700. That's where I like the muffle, how it sounds, and this is what we have. Now. You can see it's just kind of sounding normal and then floats into the muffle This is really, really usable and traveling videos when it comes to jumping into the water with a camera. So keep that in mind. So let's say we want the effect to stop bowel right here. What you would do is hope fault to copy this and drag out the key frame where the muffle starts. So this is where the muscle starts. Drag this out just a bit, where you wanted to sound normal again, totally normal and which you need to do is drag the sec. I mean, the 1st 1 right here. So it would gradually get out of the muffle. So this is the final effect. This was really, really simple. And this is something that I really love using. So make sure to consider using this and thank you for having me here. Guys, this was our actually our final lesson in Premiere Pro. Thank you for having me here. Thank you for having me as your instructor. Thank you for enrolling intercourse. It was really a blast. I mean, you hear, I had much of a fun because I was waiting to create discourse for a while, and I finally got the chance. So thank you for me here once again. And please make sure to stick around in our last lesson off this course, Which one? Being Premiere Pro. But I will actually be speaking about where you should keep learning about premiere, pro and audio. Anything. What you should do after this course how you should practice and learn more stuff and other stuff like that. So that would be it for me from Premier Pro Se. And thank you for having me as your instructor amount. And I was I will see you in our last lesson. 14. Best Export Settings For Your Audio: Hey, what is, um guys, welcome back to a brain your lesson. And today I got something special for you. So you finally edited your audio. You like the way it sounds and everything is sounding good. Everything's perfect. But right now you want to export it as a final product. Off course, you can export it with video with a clip or something, or it can explode, exported individually as an audio file. So I'm going to show you both variants right now. Just follow me on. The first thing that I want you to do is go to Father right here. Export and media, in case nothing pops up like this, which you need to do is click right here. So with targets, the timeline and going to file export media, it should show up in case it doesn't. So let's talk about the format. First, we're not going to check match sequence settings because we want to adjust them how we like them. And when it comes to the format for a video, I always literally always use aged up to 64 But when it comes to exporting a single audiophile when you can use right here is a C audio and the tree. Some people don't like using it, but it still does the job and wait for him audio. And for some of you don't know what a form audio is, is the fire that is called W A. The So you probably heard of that. So right now I'm going to show you some of the options when it comes to H 0.264 which is the best option for a normal video exporting. If we should like this, of course, you need to have both of these checked export video and audio. And here's another thing. This is the most important part right here and comes to audio. Some things sometimes don't catch up the frequencies at a start or at the end, so it doesn't export, even though it says sequence in and out. So what you want to do is switch up to entire sequence. This will save you a lot of trouble. Trust me. Someday in your life, you will run into this problem, and you will remember this thing which will save your life unless you're going to use it by now. So, of course, for the video, but you just want to check. Render a maximum depth. Want to mess around with this if you want to, for a better video years, mastering the quality. But right now we want to move up the audio right here, so her audio format I will use a C, but this one should work, should do the job. Also, when it comes to staple rate, you want to check at which sample rate your microphone is recording, for example, mind as at the maximum one. It doesn't have to mean that the maximum one will always be the best for your video with the pencil in your microphone for my earlier store to the Orioles, when I barely started recording tutorials. I was recording in this, but I didn't know what to keep it in this, and that would cause me some trouble. But you need to just match it with your microphone. Check the sample rate on your microphone when it comes to channel. It all depends if it's mono stereo and audio quality. Make sure is that high off course you don't want lower medium. You always want highest audio quality and for bid rate, let's talk about this, so I always keep it at the maximum on. And to be honest, even a 228 you won't see any many gradual difference any big difference, because this can do the job. Also, I know some of you audio engineers right now are bashing there has into the wall, but trust me for a normal video from normal causes that we're doing it. We're not shooting a freaking movie from Marvel so ago. Using this is also fine, but I keep it at the highest one, and right here copes with settings. If you go right here, you can choose the bit break or the sample rate. As you can see right here, it says exactly what it means. So just be rape percent assistance constrain the sample rate based on to choosing bit rate . Also sample represents is to construct values of giving up. All right. So as we said about the sample rate, we can use this which I mostly switch up to. But if you want to keep it a bit rate, it's also fine, so that will be it for exporting video. But if you want to adjust the audio. So if we switch up, for example, to MP three, it has really simple options right here. Basically, a wallet has right here. Switch from channels from Arnold stereo caught a quality faster, high, and I o bit rate. It's on default right here, as I said, 128 which will do the job, but you can switch it to treat 20. Andi, literally, That's it. There's not much of options right here. When it comes to the A C, you can just switch this up and change the rate. Simple options, as in the video, but where the most options are is the age 0.264 Or you can adjust your audio if you want to export as a video. And the most important part is that you switch your source range right here. The entire sequence, which will save you a lot of trouble if you're running to your problem once, so that will literally be it for exporting audio from your premiere pro. I hope you enjoy it, and I hope you want something you because these are the only ways, and these are the only efficient ways on Harry Export audio from premier pro. There will be it for premier pro lessons. And our next lesson. I will be talking about where to keep learning Premiere, pro since we finished with this course and how to practice, where to keep gathering knowledge and what do in the future and stuff like that. So there will be for this lesson I hope, enjoyed, and I melt. 15. What After This Course?: Hello, everyone. And welcome to our last lesson of this course. We actually finished this course You did it. You learned how to add it. Audie in Premiere Pro. I'm sure you're satisfied, because I I was really grinding to provide some valuable information discourse. And I'm sure you loved it because your audience probably sounding professional now. And that's what I was going for. That was my only hope and my only task for you. And we managed to pull it off. So congratulations, I'm actually really proud. And right now, once we finish this course, of course you want to keep learning. You want to keep practicing, there's some more stuff. And right here I will guide you what to do after this course. So what I need to mention before any other thing is that you shouldn't be scared if you forget something. If something doesn't come out right next time you edit your audio or something like that, make sure if you forget something, Teoh, go back and check out the course. Check out the specific question do you need? So it's really not a big deal. If you forget something, trust me. It happens. Even to me. I had it video videos and audios on daily, but it still happens to me on. And don't be secured to go back to some of the lessons. 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