Audio Plug-ins for Editors

Audio professionals understand the critical importance of plug-ins for mixing and editing audio.

When it comes to professionals working with videos, they often neglect this important aspect of their final product.

The rule of thumb says that half of project that deals with video content is made of audio components, which only emphasizes its importance.

There are many filters available that provide different options and augment the video, but are usually underutilized. Additionally, not all of them are the same and they can be separated in groups of analog and digital.

Key Takeaways:

  • The purpose of a digital plug-in is to process audio in a transparent manner without additional tonal color.
  • Analog filters are meant to mimic the sound of specific types of analog processing equipment.
  • When you purchase an analog plug-in, you are striving for specific sound characteristics found in current analog hardware.

“I personally use various Accusonus and iZotope effects on my work, most often for audio clean-up.”

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