I spent a good amount of time in Adobe Premiere again and this time I spent a ton of time on audio engineering… I’m not sure how well I did.
The things that I did was:
- Change the
- Add some
Adaptive Noise Reduction
- Adjust a
- Hack on the
Please note that I have really no idea what any of those things mean, but, I took a number of tutorials and taught myself a little bit more this past week.
Consequently, I’m slooooooooooooowly leveling-up my audio engineering skills and I’m having a bit of fun with it, which is nice (not all learning is fun, but, that’s okay).
One of my chief motivations for working in audio is because I feel like the quality of my video capture is pretty much at the top-line as I’m capturing video at 4K @ 60FPS, which is super-high.
But, the experience of the video is brought down a bit because the audio quality is not so hot. What I’ve learned is that great audio in videos is almost always done post-capture, in editing and producing the videos later.
And so I’ve decided to learn this new skill for the sake of a better video experience, which I appreciate when I watch YouTube videos.
Here’s to becoming a student, once again.