Audio tricks for video editors?

Posted by plugues 
Audio tricks for video editors?
December 17, 2014 10:17AM
I'm a somewhat experienced video editor who has at most of my career had an audio guy nearby to work on sound design, effects and cleanup.

For some freelance projects, however, there's nobody to do that. I occasionally have to remove some noise, compress interview audio and voiceovers, and mixdown voice with music in a way that doesn't suck. And mostly, it has been sucking. A lot.

Are there any good books or tutorials out there that teach a video editor like myself some good audio tricks in order to accomplish semi-professional results?
Re: Audio tricks for video editors?
December 18, 2014 04:44PM
Premiere has a 'denoise' filter that can give good results in my experience

I'm in a similar situation with a project at the moment, different takes of two subjects talking each with their own 'noise' signature etc
Re: Audio tricks for video editors?
December 19, 2014 03:14PM
have you tried SoundTrack Pro?

the plugins are much easier to use than FCP.

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