Often, the documentary content in an electronic press kit (EPK) is recorded using semiprofessional or consumer-level equipment. The microphones on consumer cameras and mobile phones generally do a poor job of leveling sound and excluding unwanted background noise. In this installment of EPK Editing Workflows filmmaker Maxim Jago shows you how to clean up and enhance audio issues like these, while improving the sound quality and adding creative special effects that make your finished project more impactful.
Topics include: What can be fixed in post?
Getting audio into Adobe Audition
Sharing audio between applications
Adjusting audio levels over time
Using audio effects creatively