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MASSIVELY Improve Your Audio with These 4 Effects in Premiere Pro (Tutorial)

In this video, I cover how to fix your audio when recording on a Sony RX100v, Sony RX100vi, Canon G7X, iPhone, or any other camera that doesn’t have a mic jack.

Often times those recording can sound tinny and just terrible. In this Premiere Pro tutorial, I’m going to cover the 4 Audio Effect you can use to massively improve the quality of your audio.

Gear I use:

Camera: Canon 5D MK4
Camera 2: Sony RX100v
Lens: Canon EF 16–35mm f/2.8L III USM Lens
Mic: Rode VideoMic Pro Plus
External Monitor: SmallHD Focus
Software: Premier Pro
Music: Epidemic

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  1. Thank you, great tutorial. I just purchased a zoom L4 to connect to 2 wireless lavs to. The zoom has the capability to connect up to 4 different channels at once. The zoom also allows me to connect directly to my Sony a7s2 camera and it links the audio directly to my video no need to sync in post.
    ok so here's my issue and my question.
    when I play back my audio in adobe premier pro the audio from the zoom is much lower in volume than the audio attached directly to my video from the camera. Plus the sound recorded directly to my zoom sounds hollow or echoed in comparison to the audio already synced to the video. Is there a way to fix the audio to sound richer and not so hollow in post in adobe?

  2. Great tutorial M Kevin, since i have a regular mic (cheap) i tend to play more with the grave and the amplifier parameters and also DeNoise . But i've tried your tips and the sound was so much better.
    Thanks again, i was about to buy another mic πŸ˜…

  3. You have to had in consideration how dB's work, what you just did is almost quadrupling the volume of the low end.
    Don't use the EQ additively like that please D:
    Edit: Search for Decibel Scale and/or logarithmic dB scale

  4. Ok question: i know that the MatchLoudness thing in audition tries to bring the lufs to a target level and also has a true peak limiter built-in, but i want to if all it is is a limiter? like is it identical to a hard limiter, or is there more to the MatchLoudness plugin than meets the eye?

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