Audio Post-Production

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So, you’ve recorded a killer podcasting session but aren’t sure how to take it from raw to ready? We get it—there is a lot to take in. But editing is undoubtedly one of the most crucial aspects of the production process when making a podcast. We know editing a podcast can be intimidating and overwhelming at first, and that’s why B&H is here to run through some of the basics and get you producing polished, engaging, professional-sounding content.  In this article, we’ll walk through the essential techniques of trimming, adding effects, and
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In this Adobe Premiere Pro CC tutorial, AB shows you how to edit audio. His audio editing tips include how to add submix tracks, how to remove background noise, and more! You can find more editing tips and techniques here.
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Sometimes, despite your best efforts, you just aren't able to capture audio at the quality you would like. Whether it's background noise, unwanted dialogue sounds, inconsistent audio levels, or you just want to improve the overall quality of your video, this video will show you how to fix your audio in post. 1:04 Background Noise 3:15 Unwanted Dialogue Sounds 4:05 Inconsistent Audio Levels 7:05 Sweetening Audio   If you would like to continue reading about the Audio for Video series, be sure to check out all of our related content
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In this sixth video in our audio-for-video series, AB gives us a simple introduction to post-production, highlighting the different steps of treating your audio once you’re finished shooting your video. From naming your files correctly to thinking about your final output levels, this video will give you a general sense of the common practices used to get your audio sounding just right. Check it out! If you would like to continue reading about the Audio for Video series, be sure to check out all of our related content
by Nicholas Messitte ·Posted
Tis the season to be spooky! Or at least, there’s a one in twelve chance that ’tis the season to be spooky. If you’re reading this in any month besides October, you have two choices: You can use these tidbits in sound-designing a spooky, scary voice for appropriate media (scary movies, web series, theatrical productions, spooky podcasts, etc.), or you can grab yourself a stale bag o’ candy corn and pretend it’s nigh on Halloween. Either way, let’s get started. Step 1: Record Thyself! Let’s record the relatively common spooky phrase of “Bwah ha