Explore The Fundamentals Of Adobe Audition CC's Interface With This Short Video

Get a handle on navigation, tools and workflow techniques for Adobe's dedicated audio editing package with this short, hands-on video walkthrough.  

Adobe Audition is the company's dedicated wave editor for working with individual audio files and also multitrack sessions. With a wealth of features geared towards dealing with audio, it's accessible for new users but also has many more advanced features as well. In this short video from the course Adobe Audition CC 101: Absolute Beginner's Guide, Audition expert Hollin Jones is here to guide you through the basics of the interface. 

You'll see how Audition lays out its tools and sections to help you work quickly and efficiently while editing audio both in single and multitrack modes. The interface features dockable sections and window presets to make your life easier. Watch the rest of the videos in the course to see how Audition can help you in your audio editing workflow!

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Adobe Audition CC 101: Absolute Beginner's Guide

Adobe Audition CC is specially designed for recording and mixing audio for TV, film, radio productions, and podcasts. With its spectral editing features, it’s also a very powerful audio restoration tool. Let audio expert Hollin Jones be your guide, and see what Adobe Audition CC can do for you!

The course starts with an explanation of Audition’s user interface, where you learn how to customize it, how to work with the different views and panes, and how to set up the preferences. Next, you discover how to use the browser to import audio, and how to set up the software for multitrack audio recording.

Hollin then dives into audio editing, and explains how to apply fades, change the gain, crop, chop, slip, and repair your audio. He continues by looking at the effect rack, where you learn how to work with clip and track effects. You get a tour of Adobe’s built-in audio effects, and you learn how to use 3rd-party VST and AU too. And once you know all the basics, Hollins shows you more advanced techniques such as spectral editing, audio looping, time-stretching, mixing, clip envelopes, and more.

So get ready to learn Adobe's Audition CC with expert trainer, Hollin Jones! This course will give you all the knowledge you need to begin editing your own projects!

Watch the full course Adobe Audition CC 101: Absolute Beginner's Guide in the AskAudio Academy here

Rounik is the Executive Editor for Ask.Audio & the macProVideo Hub. As an Apple Certified Trainer for Logic (and a self-confessed Mac fanatic) he's taught teachers, professional musicians and hobbyists how to get the best out of Apple's creative software. He has been a visiting lecturer at Bath Spa University's Teacher training pro... Read More

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