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Garrick Chow provides a succinct introduction to the latest version of Adobe's versatile audio editing application in Soundbooth CS4 Getting Started. He shares typical techniques for importing and editing audio, and explains how to solve common problems like equalizing volume and repairing flawed source recordings. Garrick shows how to experiment safely using the History panel and the Snapshot tool, and discusses multi-track mixing. Exercise files accompany the course.
(Music plays.) Hi, and welcome to Soundbooth CS4 Getting Started. I'm Garrick Chow, and I'm going to be taking you through basics of this versatile audio editing application. We'll start with an overview of the interface so you can get your bearings straight, and then we'll move on to common editing tasks like equalizing your audio and repairing problems in your tracks. I'll also be covering how to import audio, how to mix multiple tracks together, and we'll even take a look at the Snapshot feature, which lets you save multiple versions of your mixes, giving you total freedom to experiment as much as you want with your tracks.
So you'll learn just enough here to get your feet wet, and I hope these movie will entice you to further explore the capabilities of Soundbooth CS4 when you're done. Let's get started.
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