Just in time for Christmas, the perfect gift for a loved one - my new course on Adobe Audition!
Want to know the best audio plugins to use with Audition and Premiere Pro? Check out my new course on Lynda.com! I've handpicked my favorite plugins for audio repair, sound design and mixing/mastering. Did I leave any of your personal favorites out? Let me know in the comments.
I have a new course! This one is near and dear to my heart - it's my own personal workflow for mixing dialogue and music. This is more than just showing you the tools and how they work - it takes you through the steps, techniques and tips for getting the best out of your sound mixes.
Find out more here.
So you already know the basics of Premiere - where can you go to learn more advanced tips and professional workflows?
I'm very honored to have co-authored this book with fellow editors Jarle Leirpoll, Dylan Osborn and Andy Edwards. It is an exhaustive collection of our combined knowledge and experience, and will truly transform the way you edit.
Use the Adobe MAX discount code coolstuff20 to get a 20% discount! The discount code is valid through October 31st.
Here's a hack I came up with to open a Premiere sequence directly inside Audition without having to create trimmed copies of your original files.
Do you work with multiple subtitled languages in your sequence? Here's a quick, easy way to switch between them using an unlikely feature in Premiere. This is a tutorial I've been meaning to do for a long, long time!
Some of you may have noticed, it's been a while since my last video tutorial, and the main reason for this is I've been toiling away on a secret project - which I'm excited to announce has just gone live!
My Lynda course on Adobe Audition is now available here:
I wrote this course with editors specifically in mind, as it seems more and more we're expected to provide polished (or even final) audio mixes with our work. If you're a Premiere Pro, and you're wondering what you can do outside of Premiere to improve your sound mix, this is the course for you!
But don't worry, there will be more of my own free tutorials coming soon!
Have you ever wondered what to name your bins, sequences and other assets? Read my article on how to improve your project organization and gain the admiration of your fellow editors by adopting an editing naming convention.
'tis the season for archiving old projects, so I thought I'd take on Premiere's built-in Project Manager in my first tutorial for the new year.
A closer look at the Maximum Bit Depth switch, what it's doing and when to use it.
For those of you who work with a lot of audio tracks and don't have the time to map each one.