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Soundbooth CS4 is a one-stop shop for audio editing and sweetening, and an invaluable element in the Creative Suite family. In Soundbooth CS4 Essential Training, producer and recording artist Sven-Erik Seaholm shows how to perform many basic audio editing tasks and apply professional-quality effects, which can subtly or dramatically transform audio tracks to meet the needs of a project. He also demonstrates beat detection, looping, multi-track functions such as panning and layering, the effective use of metadata, and much more. Exercise files accompany the course.
(Music plays.) Hi! My name is Sven-Erik Seaholm, and this is Soundbooth CS4 Essential Training. As a record producer and recording artist, I'm all about presenting the audio vision in the most effective way possible. With Soundbooth, Adobe gives you the tools to do it like a professional. If you're brand-new to Soundbooth, this is the perfect course for you. If you've been working with the program for a while, you might want to check out the Soundbooth New Features title to catch up on the latest upgrades to Soundbooth.
In this course, you'll learn the program from the ground up, starting with the basics of digital audio, to scoring video, to using audio effects and mastering your project. Along with the recording and editing and sweetening of your audio, Soundbooth is also a powerful tool for collecting data and cataloging your files. So whether you're recording hit songs or transcribing doctor's notes, Soundbooth will make your life easier. Now let's dive into Soundbooth CS4 Essential Training.
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