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Does Premier Pro change the tuning of music from 432hz to 440hz?

New Here ,
Jan 16, 2024 Jan 16, 2024

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Greetings everybody!

I've recently produced a song at 432hz rather than the industry-standard 440hz. However, when my video editor who is editing my music video exports the video with the music, it sounds like the pitch has been shifted up a bit. This makes me suspect that Adobe Premier is exporting the song at 440hz rather than keeping it at the original 432hz.

Does anyone know if my suspicion is correct? Does Premier indeed shift the tuning of non-440hz tracks back to 440hz? And if so, how do I ensure the video is exported with the track at the original 432hz? I just want my audio to stay exactly the same as it was when it was imported into Adobe Premier.

 

I can't find much on the net about this, so any help is greatly appreciated!

 

Thank you!

Laszlo.

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LEGEND ,
Jan 16, 2024 Jan 16, 2024

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No. Neither Premiere nor Audtion have any "auto-tune" capabilities. Nor interest, in general. That's a very specific recording studio effect, now apparently used in some systems for live performances. But ... a very specialized thing.

 

How would a basic editing app of either audio or vido "know" what pitch anything was supposed to be? They have no way whatever of knowing what the key signature is. Are you in Bb, or A concert?

 

Which you would have to know to think it needs changing to begin with.

 

If the Adobe apps ever went to auto-shifted pitch at all , there'd be howls like crazy. As video editors, and most audio people, would consider that an unconscionable sin without their specific control of if ... and what ... such changes did.

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Jan 16, 2024 Jan 16, 2024

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Hey Neil, thank you for your feedback!

This thought crossed my mind too, yeah:
"If the Adobe apps ever went to auto-shifted pitch at all , there'd be howls like crazy."
Thank you for your prompt response. So, in your experience and knowledge, Premiere Pro does NOT change the imported audio AT ALL when exporting it?

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Jan 17, 2024 Jan 17, 2024

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As Richard suggests, you might check the timeline/sequence sample frequency against original clips if something sounds off. If it's different, convert the clip then add to the project/timeline..

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Jan 17, 2024 Jan 17, 2024

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What is the sample rate of the music and the sample rate of the Premiere sequence?

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Jan 17, 2024 Jan 17, 2024

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Does anyone know if my suspicion is correct? Does Premier indeed shift the tuning of non-440hz tracks back to 440hz?


By @junglelaz

 

Your suspicion is incorrect.

 

Premiere Pro has no feature that pitch the music up/down to match the standard tuning of 440 Hz.

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