Audio Editing Basics for Premiere Pro & Soundbooth Good audio is a very important part of great video. In this tutorial, learn how to edit your audio in Premiere Pro and Soundbooth. You will learn how to use keyframes to adjust individual parts of your audio and then how to adjust the audio of whole clips in Soundbooth. See also the upcoming video on balancing or matching the audio of multiple clips for a more professional production.

18 Replies to “Audio Editing Basics for Premiere Pro & Soundbooth”

  1. Very time consuming indeed, but thank you so much for such a simple explanation. I've been worrying about how to edit different volumes for a while now.

  2. Thank you for this wonderful tutorial. You helped me fix my sound faster then I could have imagined.

  3. Thanks pal! You are the only one in the adobe family who explained the basic thing: How to fade a videoclip! Shame on  Adobe, but extra greetings to you!!

  4. Great knowledge but the entire video could have been done in about 5minutes.

  5. I'm having an issue in which all of the audio tracks are linked together. Not in a normal way such as I specifically linked them together, but there is one "volume" option for all of them, and a horizontal line running through all of them, and even through dead space where no audio exists. How do I reverse it so I can be able to adjust each audio file individually? Please reply as soon as possible.

  6. people like you deserve a badge, thanks for taking the time to put this together ! 

  7. ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★


  8. This is exactly what I was looking for! Thanks for making it amazingly understandable.

  9. Just the right balance of clarity and repetition so that even an idiot like me can understand audio editing. An excellent instructional video.

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