Making selections


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Making selections

In order to do the majority of the most common types of edits you'll be making in Audition, you'll first have to select a portion of the audio file that you want to edit. Much like in a word-processing application where you click and drag across the letters, words or paragraphs you want to edit, you make selections in Audition simply by clicking and dragging across the portion of the waveform you want to change. Now, I should say that this requires you to have the Time Selection tool selected, but as you can see, it's the only tool available when working in the Waveform Editor. If you have the Spectral Frequency Display open, or if you're working in a multitrack session, you'll have access to some of these other tools. When I'm just looking at the waveform, I have one default tool.

So you can drag in either direction, you can drag left to right or right to left. Notice in the Stereo file that both the right and left channels are selected simultaneously and identical...

Making selections
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Making selections 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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