Audition Tutorial

Editing Audio with Adobe Audition

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    Introduction

    Gary gives an introduction to Audition, how it can be used in audio production, and what will be covered in this series.

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    A Guide to the Interface

    This video gives a an explanation of the interface and where to find the panels, windows and menus.

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    Setting Up Your Audio Device

    See how to setup and check your audio device's input and outputs.

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    Adding & Recording Audio into the Waveform Editor

    Explore how to add audio files into Audition, plus how to record new audio files into the application.

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    Editing Audio in the Waveform View

    Learn all about the editing tools that are available in the Waveform view.

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    Adding & Using Audio Effects

    Learn how to add audio effects to your audio in the Audio Effects Rack.

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    Using the Spectral Views

    This video will take a look at the Spectral Views and how you can use these to edit and creatively manipulate your audio.

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    Using the Favorites with Editor Audio

    Discover the options in the Favorites window and how they can help speed up your audio editing workflow.

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    Using Batch Processing

    Here, we go through how to use the batch processing feature to edit and format multiple audio files in a simple batch process.

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    Match Loudness

    Learn how you can use the Match Loudness feature to match the loudness of multiple audio files.

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    Adding Audio to the Multitrack View

    Explore the multitrack view and see how you can add multiple audio files to this view.

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    Editing Your Tracks in Multitrack View

    This video shows you the editing tools available in the Multitrack View.

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    Switching Between Multitrack & Waveform View

    Discover the integration between the Waveform and Multitrack View and how you can work between the two to get the most out of your audio editing.

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    Adding Video & Importing the Audio

    Watch how to add a Video file to a project and how you can extract the audio from the video.

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    Send a Sequence from Adobe Premiere to Audition

    If you're working in Adobe Premiere there is a close integration between the two applications. Watch and see how you can send a sequence from Premiere to Audition, and then how to send the audio back from Audition to Premiere.

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    Track Effects vs Clip Effects

    This video explores the differences between the track and clip effects in the Multitrack view.

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    Using the Mixer

    Learn how to show the mixer view for your tracks, plus see an overview on the parameters available in the Mixer view.

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    Send Effects & Bus Submixes

    Explore how you can use busses in your projects. You can either create busses on send and uses these as send effects, like reverb and delay sends. Or, you can send the outputs of tracks to a bus to create a submission for a collection of tracks.

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    Automating Clips & Tracks

    This video shows you how you can automate the envelopes on tracks and clips, and how to record the envelope movements as well.

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    Using the Essentials Sounds to Categorize your Audio

    Discover how the Essential Sound feature works and how it can help you categorize your audio clips, to help speed up your workflow and editing.

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    Exporting Your Audio

    See you how to export out a mix down of your audio and the different export formats and options that are available.

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    Conclusion

    Gary thanks you and gives a summary of what was covered in this series.

Product Overview


In this Groove3 video tutorial series, sound editing guru Gary Hiebner shows you what you need to know to edit audio with Adobe's powerful Audition audio editing software!

Gary begins by welcoming you and then explains how Audition can be used in audio production, as well as gives you an in-depth overview of its user interface.

Next you'll learn all the important basics such as setting up your audio device, adding, recording and editing audio in the waveform editor, using audio effects, and the incredibly helpful spectral view.

Cool workflow topics are then covered such as using the batch processor, Match Loudness, using Multitrack View, adding video to your project and extracting its audio for editing, sending a sequence from Adobe Premiere to Audio and more.

Gary then goes over the differences between the track and clip effects in the Multitrack view and how to use them, using the mixer, creating send effects and bus submixes, automating clips and tracks, exporting your audio and many other topics.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you're new to Adobe Audition or want to know more about its capabilities, this series is for you... Watch "Editing Audio with Adobe Audition" today!


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DrPeaze
Submitted 3 months ago

Audition Actually Impressed Me

In my personal experience, audio engineers generally keep their distance from Adobe Audition. We generally think of this program as being useful only for video editors that don't want to step outside of "The Adobe Zone." However, after watching this series, I can definitely see why this is a great application for doing post-production work (Still do not think it's a great program for creating and editing music especially since it has no MIDI control). The tutorial video was done very well and is a great and very fast way to jump straight into audition if you have any background using other DAWs such as Ableton, Logic, or Pro Tools. The instructor was awesome and quite thorough making these instructional videos very easy to watch.

I am a: Professional, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Game Designer, Mastering Facility, Sound for Film/TV, Ableton Live, Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Reason


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DrPeaze
Submitted 3 months ago

Audition Actually Impressed Me

In my personal experience, audio engineers generally keep their distance from Adobe Audition. We generally think of this program as being useful only for video editors that don't want to step outside of "The Adobe Zone." However, after watching this series, I can definitely see why this is a great application for doing post-production work (Still do not think it's a great program for creating and editing music especially since it has no MIDI control). The tutorial video was done very well and is a great and very fast way to jump straight into audition if you have any background using other DAWs such as Ableton, Logic, or Pro Tools. The instructor was awesome and quite thorough making these instructional videos very easy to watch.

I am a: Professional, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Game Designer, Mastering Facility, Sound for Film/TV, Ableton Live, Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Reason

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Quality of Videos
 
 
 
 
 
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Gary Hiebner is a sound designer and music composer from South Africa who has worked in new media such as music and sound for TV and online games. He has worked through a multitude of different audio software, and through this found a passion for teaching how to use the different types of audio software that are available on the market. Gary is a firm believer that audio software has its place in the creative field and using them as tools you can get different results which you might not have ever imagined in your compositions and productions.

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Editing Audio with Adobe Audition is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 1 .
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Audition Actually Impressed Me In my personal experience, audio engineers generally keep their distance from Adobe Audition. We generally think of this program as being useful only for video editors that don't want to step outside of "The Adobe Zone." However, after watching this series, I can definitely see why this is a great application for doing post-production work (Still do not think it's a great program for creating and editing music especially since it has no MIDI control). The tutorial video was done very well and is a great and very fast way to jump straight into audition if you have any background using other DAWs such as Ableton, Logic, or Pro Tools. The instructor was awesome and quite thorough making these instructional videos very easy to watch.
Date published: 2018-12-07
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