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Discover the powerful audio-editing tool set offered in Audition CC. In this course, author Maxim Jago shows how to navigate the interface and understand fundamental audio concepts. Editors who have traditionally completed audio work inside a nonlinear editing system will benefit from discovering the tools, workflows, and terminology used in professional audio post-production.
Check out the new chapter, "2015 Creative Cloud New Features," for information on the latest features and enhancements in Audition CC.
(music playing) Hello there. Welcome to this Audition training course. I'm Maxim Jago, I'm a media technology specialist working with a wide range of creatives around the world. This course is an introduction to the power tools offered by Audition. You'll find you can easily work with a multitude of file types in the new all 64 bit application environment It has a multi track editing environment with a virtual mixer, track based controls and effects, and a non destructive effects racd.
Plus it has extraordinary audio adjustment and correction tools. (MUSIC) In a dedicated wave form editing environment. You can clean up audio in a variety of ways including by picking out a sound with the Photoshop style brush tool and having Audition intelligently extract it, or work with pitch (MUSIC) and playback speed adjustments in multiple, flexible ways. By the end of this course you'll be ready to analyze and clean up audio.
Work with effects and create complex audio compositions using Audition
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