Archives For audio editing

iZotope: Amplitude, Levels, and Loudness
What is amplitude? What do the terms “dBFS,” “Peak Level,” and “RMS” mean? This video explains amplitude and the terms associated with amplitude when recording.

Source: iZotope


iZotope: How to Use the EQ Practice Tool
Get better-sounding recordings by building your EQ IQ! This video will show you how to use the Pro Audio Essentials EQ Practice tool so you can achieve better recording results.


(Screenshot showing the iZotope ‘Explore’ page)

Link to isotope’s ‘Pro Audio Essentials’ website. Click on ‘Learn’ and then ‘Explore’ to use the EQ Practice Tool

Source: iZotope


iZotope: Types of EQ
Different types of EQ can be used to bring out different aspects of a recording. This video explains some basic types of EQ and what each type is best for.

Source: iZotope

iZotope: Understanding Frequency
What do hertz (Hz) and kiloHertz (kHz) mean? What is the frequency spectrum of sound? This video will help you understand frequency and EQ.

Source: iZotope

How to Sync Audio to Video in Premiere Pro CC
This tutorial will teach you various techniques to sync audio and video in Adobe Premiere Pro and CC.

Source: Corey Machado


Basic Audio Mixing in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

– Track height to show waveforms
– Arrange for audio mixing.
– Volume control for each clip
– Different color of Audio Clips
– Audio Meter
– Stereo and Mono Audio files
– Range of decibels. How to turn up and down.
– Audio Gain function.
– Cross-fades or envelopes.
– Keyframes. Adding, Manipulating, Deleting
– Initial clean-up and conforming audio levels.
– Add Extra Sound Tracks.
– Import Sound FX
– Add Ambient Noise.
– Add Sound FX
– Add Music.
– Perform Final Mix.
– Fade in. Fade Out.

Sound FX websites:

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Source: chinfat on YouTube

Some notes on exporting your enhanced podcast, and a look at the final output from the previous tutorial (Fission 07).