I have a clip (NB! Just one clip) that is an interview. Since the interview is done using a mobile phone, the sound level of the interviewer is higher than that of the person being interviewed.
I am looking for a way of "levelling" the sound level in the clip, so that the interviewer has the same volume as the person being interviewed.
Done a lot of Googling, but many of the tips involves the audio gain, but that does not "flatten" the audio curve, it just adjusts the level of the complete clip. There are also a lot around normalizing audio between clips, but I am interested in levelling out a single clip.
The clip typically looks like below, where the first half is the person asking the question, and the last half is the person answering.
Any tip? Can it be done within Premiere Pro? Any easy way in Audition?
I think I would use audition, make selections, adjust gain for that selection, and repeat, trying to match the volume wave form so it's uniform. If you make an adjustment and don't like it you can use UNDO for that selection and try again with slightly different value.
HEllo, you can also CMD(MAc)/Ctrl(PC)+click on the thin yellow line to add several anchors points, (for instance at 0%, 50%, 60% and 100%) and manipulate the levels differently for the different areas.