February 24, 2018
If the stock music you’re working with just isn’t cutting it, try this super easy trick in Premiere Pro.
We’re not all sound engineers, okay? Nor are we all musicians. This can be a drag when editing the music and audio for our films because we’re kind of at the mercy of whichever stock assets we can get our hands on. Which, don’t get me wrong, isn’t always bad—there are a ton of sites out there that offer really great songs and sound effects for filmmakers—but knowing a few easy tricks to give your audio the qualities you want is something I think we can all agree is a major plus.
In this video, filmmaker Zach Ramelan offers up a step-by-step tutorial on how to pull off one particularly nifty trick in Premiere Pro that will make your audio sound more dramatic and trippy. Check it out below: