Premiere Pro doesn’t operate like a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) and why should it, its video editing software. But there are situations where you wish it did! I mean just go around for a cuppa at the Apple Fortress, ask for Logic Pro and discuss tactics man! It’s not that difficult.
One of the things Premiere Pro can’t do is allow you to change the ‘Tempo’ of a project to Tempo-Sync effects to an audio file. This would make LIFE so much easier and better! Anyway, enough of the rant!
I’ll now go through steps on how to make effects Tempo-Sync to your project and work with the ‘limitation’ mentioned.
In this particular example, I will be using the Delay Effect to end a Music file so the audio trails off and doesn’t suddenly stop! You can use this workaround with any Tempo reliant effect. Ok let’s go!
Recording a GOOD Voice Over is fairly time consuming. Post Processing that Voice Over to make it sound even better is equally as time consuming, especially if you’re using trial and error to make it sound good.
In this article and video, I’ll show the exact Effects / Plugins I use to make my Voice Overs pop!
I’ll even show you how to mix a Music file with that to make that pop too!
There’s about to be a lot of popping so let’s begin!