How to Group Audio Clips Together in Audition CS5


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Grouping clips together

If you want to move or edit multiple clips simultaneously, Audition CS6 makes it easy to do so by letting you create Groups. This is a really useful feature for making changes to multiple clips simultaneously. Just make sure you have your Remove tool selected and then drag a marquee to select the clips that you want to group together. For example, I'll select these first two tracks in my mix. And I'll go to Clips > Groups > Group Clips. The keyboard command is Command+G or Ctrl+G. And the Group Clips in this case are this sort of lavender color. The color is going to vary because you can have multiple groups and you can tell which clips are grouped together by the color they've been assigned by Audition.

If I were to ungroup these clips, just as an example and then group them again, you can see they take on different color. Now that's a little too close to their actual color so let me do that one more time, and I'll just hit Command+G this time. There we go. So that...

Grouping clips together
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Grouping clips together provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Audition CS6 Essential Training

Subjects:
Audio + Music Video
Software:
Audition
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