I am working with a few songs and some are louder than others. I want to be able to balance out the audio so they are all at around -12db.
Is there a quick way to do this in Premiere Pro CS 6?
Right now I am clicking on the audio clip, then going selecting "Audio Gain." A box comes up and it has 4 choices:
1) Set Gain
2) Adjust Gain
3) Normalize Peak
4) Normalize All Peaks.
Which one should I pick?
Is there another way of accomplishing what I want to accomplish inside Premiere Pro? If so, How?
Thanks in advance.
Premiere Pro CS 6
Power Mac Xeon
10 GB RAM
Select all of your audio clips, right-click one of them, choose Normalize All Peaks and set the level to -12dB.