[Adobe Premiere] Normalize my audio

Normalizing audio is done using Premieres “Audio Gain” window. Once the desired audio clips are selected, choose Clip > Audio Options > Audio Gain. From there, you can adjust audio gain along with max peaks.

For a tutorial on how editing audio in Premiere, click the Lynda playlist down below.

Lynda Playlist: DLL Adobe Premiere Audio Editing:
https://www.lynda.com/SharedPlaylist/8ddc8016741c429da14549b757d0a5d8

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Digital Learning Lab Manager - Phone: (609) 258-5904 - Email: dclaro@princeton.edu - Office: 133 Lewis Science Library - Bio: Dan Claro oversees the DLL space, including the student staff, programming, and technology. He partners with faculty to integrate digital assignments into their courses, offering workshops in audio and video editing each semester. Dan majored in English Literature as an undergraduate then specialized in British and American history / material culture as a graduate student, earning an M.A. in History of Textiles and Dress from the University of Southampton (2001), and a Ph.D. in History of American Civilization from the University of Delaware (2013). At Princeton since 2009, Dan works with research, teaching and outreach projects involving archives, exhibitions, multimedia production, websites, databases, and classroom pedagogy.