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Workshop

Review the questions and answers in this section to try to sharpen your Premiere audio production effects skills. Also, take a few moments to tackle my short quiz and the exercises.

Q&A

Q1:I applied three audio effects to a clip. When I play it back on the timeline, it sounds horrible—full of clicks and static.
A1: You've exceeded your computer's processing capabilities. You need to first render this segment of your project and then change the Audio Project Setting to reduce the number of tracks and effects Premiere will try to play back without rendering.
Q2:Besides giving “oomph” to a thin vocal, what else can I use the TC EQ for?
A2: If you have isolated recordings of instruments in a band, you can add presence to each one by boosting portions of their frequency range. Giving them a little more treble increases their “attack.” If you have trouble with audio hum or “popped P's,” then reducing the low frequencies may help. You can use TC EQ to “carve out” a vocalist's range within an instrumental, giving that singer more “visibility.”


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