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Adobe Audition CS6 has lots of new and enhanced features in many areas of the program, including expanded core functionality and some impressive new special effects and controls. In this course, Adobe Master Trainer Maxim Jago walks through all of them, including pitch correction, the new spectral tonal display, support for hardware controllers, and automatic speech alignment. Plus, learn about changes to performance and the user interface, and how these can affect your workflow.
(music playing) Hello, and welcome to this Audition CS6 new features course. I'm Maxim Jago. I'm an Adobe master trainer, film maker, and author. I created the Adobe Audition CS5.5 learn by video course. And in this course, I'll be showing you what's happened in the dramatic development. From Audition CS5.5 to Auditions CS6. Adobe have achieved a great deal with this release. As well as improving playback performance even further, and expanding Audition's core functionality, there are some impressive new special effects and controls.
Latch, Touch, and Write modes are back. Allowing you to record audio level envelopes on the fly. And there are innumerable user interface improvements to make your audio creation workflows that much smoother. Audition CS6 has automatic and manual pitch correction, and includes a new tonal spectral display. There's a new automatic speech alignment feature that helps you replace dialog with perfect lip sync, and support for hardware controllers. So, you can use a physical mixing disc to control the virtual mixer. All in all it's a tremendous new release.
In this course, you'll learn about new features and how to integrate them into your post production sound work flow. This course is designed to get you up to speed as quickly as possible. So if you already use an early version, you're in the right place. I hope you enjoy our time together. Now, let's get started.
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