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Tutorial:Sweetening your sound and mixing audio

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Audio effects in Adobe® Premiere® Pro can dramatically change the feel of your project. Some are specialized effects from a family of audio plug-ins that use Virtual Studio Technology. The Audio Mixer—with its submix track option, track-level audio effects, live narration, and instrumental recording—brings additional flexibility to your audio management.

In this lesson, excerpted from Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 Classroom in a Book, you’ll take your audio talents to a higher level, leverage the integration and power of the new Adobe Soundbooth CS3.

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