Trying out CS6, so far i LOVE it.
A question though, more pertaining to audio dynamics rather than Premiere itself.
I am making a movie trailer for an independant film at school. The sound consists mostly of ambiences and swishes and such from mixed and taken from VC Pro Scores editorial.
The thing I noticed, is that a lot of the sounds are really bassy, and are only heard really well if using headphones. When not using headphones (and just MBP speakers), it is really hard to hear the ambiences.
I'm assuming the audience is mostly college students on their laptops, which seem to lack good bass (among other things), so I was wondering if there is an effect that would increase the treble a bit to bring it out a bt more in less bassy speakers.
Im not at my computer right now, but are these effects available on a clip by clip basis? Or would you recommend only applying it to a track?
The Effects can be applied to either the Clip(s), or to the Track.
If you do a Clip, by Clip adjustment, one thing that might be useful would be to apply the Effect to the first Clip, and adjust that. Then, Rt-click on that Clip, choosing Copy. Now, Select and Rt-click all other similar Clips, choosing Paste Attributes. That will Paste your Effect, w/ adjustments, however it's then easy to readjust to suit each Clip.