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Chapter 11. Mixing Audio

Chapter 11. Mixing Audio

Whether you use numerous audio tracks or just a few, you'll probably need to make subtle adjustments to them to achieve the best overall effect. This process, known as audio mixing, can be accomplished by employing the Audio Mixer window.

The Audio Mixer window resembles a physical audio mixing board, complete with fade and pan controls and VU meters that display audio power in decibels. But unlike a physical mixing board, Premiere Pro's audio mixer includes a set of controls for every audio track in your program. To create complex mixes, you can route the audio using submixes and sends. You can also apply a wide range of audio effects to correct or enhance the tracks—a process some call audio sweetening—right from the audio mixer. With the proper hardware, you can even use the mixer to record audio directly into a track of a sequence.


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