Audition is a very powerful program to edit sound files and create textured composition of sound. In this class RC Concepcion goes over the nuts and bolts of how to use Audition to quickly record a sound, edit a sound file, clean up audio. RC will also cover how to use the Multitrack mode to combine a music track with a spoken word track.
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RC Goes over how to open a file in Adobe Audition as well as how to setup a mic in the Hardware preferences. RC also covers what kind of mic he uses to record audio as well as gives a quick tip on how to stop "popping" a microphone.
Covers how to zoom in and out of a file, as well as how to set a work area.
RC goes over how to move panels in Audition, Spectral Frequency, as well as how to create a workspace.
Go over how to quickly increase, decrease volume, as well as scrub to a specific sound point and add a fade.
Markers can be a great way to get to a specific point in a sound file quickly. RC Concepcion goes over how to do this.
One of the fundamental tools in Audition is the Cut/Copy/Paste. RC goes over how to eliminate, duplicate or rearrange information in a sound file.
Cleaning up audio breaths is easy with working with the Silence command in Adobe Audition.
RC goes through how to quickly record a voice track and perform a quick edit for cleanup.
RC goes over how to remove a phone ringing in the background of a voice track.
RC cleans up an audio file in the Public domain of one of the first speeches recorded on a phonograph.
Go back into the pop and hiss of an old speech and use the Noise Print feature to remove a song.
Remove Noise by selecting a Noise Print in Adobe Audition.
One of the most powerful features in Audition is the ability to add multiple files into a audio setting. RC goes over how to set this in a Multitrack Mode as well as how to mute and solo a clip.
RC starts creating a music/voiceover piece in Multitrack mode in Audition.
Harness the power of automating Volume in Multitrack mode for Adobe Audition.
Finish out the audio/vocal track piece you are working on with RC by adding special effects.
Once your files are complete, RC takes you through a process of adding some special effects for mastering in Adobe Audition.
Learn how to save your finished audio creation in Adobe Audition.
Rafael Concepcion (RC) is an education and curriculum developer for KelbyOne, and the co-host of Layers TV - The How To Podcast For Everything Adobe. An Adobe Certified Instructor in…