SkaliwagifyWhat did you actually do in Audition? I really like designing sound, but I don't know how to take it to the next level. I will download or record sounds I want to use and just mix them by volume in a few audio tracks in a Premiere project. Did you add any effects or change the EQ in Audition? Right now, it just seems like a hassle to edit this stuff in Audition since I don't know what I am doing there. Thanks.
I just added a bunch of clips, layered them, messed with high pass, low pass and fading a bit. That's about all. I am still in the very very beginner stages of learning proper sound design. As I've been playing with it more and doing my research I've found that the more layers you have, like was mentioned earlier, the better (More real) it will sound. With the video I made I started with no sound then designed it all in audition. I made the mistake of leaving to much dead video. Basically there were things happening that had no sound to back them up. The plus side to audition is you can also make sound dynamic, which means you can add it in 3d space for 5.1 or 7.1 surround. You can use it as well just to stream line the editing process, you can edit you footage and off camera sounds in premiere and then add sound from say an h4n or even the internet in audition. Plus the effects and equalizing.