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.