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Audition CS6 Essential Training demonstrates all of the major features of Adobe Audition and prepares sound editors to start enhancing and correcting audio—whether it's music, dialogue, or other sound effects. Author and musician Garrick Chow begins by covering how to import, record, and manage media files, from extracting audio and importing video, to creating a new multitrack session from scratch. The course then dives deep into editing, repairing, and cleaning up audio files, using the Waveform and Multitrack Editors, and the Spectral Frequency Display. It also covers how to use built-in effects, how to mix both stereo and surround audio tracks, and how to work with video projects from Premiere Pro.
Congratulations on reaching the end of the course! By now, I hope you're feeling comfortable enough with Audition to begin or continue work on your own audio production projects. Now I want to stress that much of this course was dedicated to familiarizing you with Audition's tools and capabilities, but I'm sure you understand that becoming a good audio engineer requires a lot more than just learning the tools. lynda.com has a continuously expanding series of audio courses aimed to helping you acquire the theoretical and technical knowledge you'll need to work with just about any audio editing application. If you like to learn more about the concepts we touched on throughout this course, I recommend you watch the courses Audio Mixing Boot Camp as well as the titles in the Foundations of Audio Series like: Compression and Dynamic Processing, EQ and Filters, and Delay and Modulation.
So I hope you have enjoyed this tour through Adobe Audition CS6. I'm Garrick Chow, see you next time.
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