When shooting and editing videos for YouTube my goal is always to be as efficient as possible. That’s why I write scripts and use templates for my projects. One thing you could spend hours optimising is audio but I like to reduce the time spent listening to my own voice down to a minimum. Don’t get me wrong, in this day and age audio is one of the most important things when it comes to YouTube videos. But why spend hours to make something sound perfect when you could spend a few seconds making something sound pretty close to perfect? I think it’s a worthy tradeoff. Here’s how I edit my audio in Premiere Pro.
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