The problem with my clip:
It was recorded on a fashion show and my recording for some reason stopped, but I quickly restarted it, so approximately 2 seconds are missing. On the visuals, not much was happening at that moment, so a cut is not that noticable luckily.
BUT: music was playing in the background, so it doesn't matter how I cut, in the audio, you obviously hear the cut. My solution for this problem is to download the original song, bring it to Premiere, put it in place between/under the 2 pieces of clip.
QUESTION: I need this audio to sound like it was recorded "on-set", like the song was played on a huge speaker in a 10m x 20m hall. I tried the audio effect highpass, but with that, it sounds like it was played on a phone, since it eliminates lower frequencies. I tried a few other filters, but since I'm not really into that topic, I couldn't make it convincing.
Thanks for the help.