How do i put more Than 5 Effects Into a Audio Channel Mixer slot?

Explorer ,
Dec 01, 2018 Dec 01, 2018

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How do i put more Than 5 Effects Into a Audio Channel slot?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 01, 2018 Dec 01, 2018

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If you're doing that much work with audio you might want to consider going to Audition. "Edit sequence in Audition " is a slick way to work in a full audio app and have your work become the audio in PrPro.

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Explorer ,
Dec 01, 2018 Dec 01, 2018

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maaan, lol  see i guess , but i dont want to have to subscribe to another Adobe product, and yes i know they have the whole suite for  what ever a month but i literary  just need 6 effects , so you mean to tell me just to do more than 5 i have to use another program?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 02, 2018 Dec 02, 2018

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Send the track to a submix and add more effects there.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 02, 2018 Dec 02, 2018

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I knew others would be offering the standard things like using sub mixes, which of course are the "accepted" way to handle complex mixing.

Between the usefulness of AfterEffects, Audition, and Prelude for everything from graphics through roto to sound to ingesting media and setting backup locations and such automatically  ... the suite can be a massive help.

I run Illustrator, InDesign, Character Animator, Bridge, Photoshop and Lightroom past the digital video apps. Very useful.

Neil

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Dec 05, 2018 Dec 05, 2018

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*Sigh* I appreciate the help lol But Its looking like Davinci Is starting to look more and more Good and making the switch

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 05, 2018 Dec 05, 2018

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So using a submix is such a hassle you'll learn a completely different editing process?

Seems there's something I'm not tracking here.

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New Here ,
Jan 05, 2021 Jan 05, 2021

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Submix is not a huge deal... but why Adobe why?  Is there really no solution to having more than 5 audio effects on one channel?  I was looking for a solution myself and stumbled across this thread.  I find it hard to belive there isn't a way to add more effects channels.  Anyone have a quick key combo or setting change to make more effects channels available?

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Enthusiast ,
Jan 05, 2021 Jan 05, 2021

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In my opinion, if you're serious about video editing, switching softwares will do you little good, there isn't a magical NLE that does everything for you.

 

In my career, I have worked professionally on Media Composer, Final Cut, Premiere, and Resolve. They all come with their own downsides. As an editor, it's up to you to figure out workarounds and workflows that work best for you and the for the project you're handling.

 

You'll be mistaken if you think you can just switch softwares and all your problems will disappear.

 

In the end, just pick one NLE and stick with it, whichever it is. You'll have more understanding of its ups and downs and you'll go far in your career. Switch softwares and you'll have to face a new batch of issues and mishaps.

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New Here ,
Jan 05, 2021 Jan 05, 2021

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Because leaving Premier for audio needs causes a lot of unnecessary complication and headache.  I'm working on a 20 show Multicam project plagued with audio issues.  ISO audio files are needed, everything has to stay in sync plus the flexibility to quickly make editorial changes without the round trip circus.  There is a good reason to want more audio effects inserts, and I see no reason why an option couldn't, or should't exist.  That is why I'm hoping it does.  If I find a solution elsewhere I will post here!

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 05, 2021 Jan 05, 2021

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Have you checked out editing the audio in Audition? You can send things from Premiere to Audition in a moment, and as a DAW, it's got a better range of tools. You can save as stems, replace tracks, whatever ... and don't have to do any conform out/in process.

 

Neil

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