Understanding the interface


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Understanding the interface

In this chapter, I'd like to briefly touch on Audition's Surround Sound Mixing capabilities. We've talked mostly about how to work with mono and stereo mixes, but Audition lets you mix for 5.1 surround sound as well, meaning for a set up that includes a Center Channel, Front Left and Front Right Channels, Rear Left and Rear Right Channels, and the Subwoofer. So in order to properly monitor and mix like this, you really have to have a Surround Sound set-up connected to your computer. I can't really give you the full effect here since we can only present these training movies in stereo, but I do want to give you a basic rundown of the tools. So let's start by creating a Multitrack Session, and I'll just call this Surround Test.

I'll save it to my Desktop. Let's make this 44.1, 32-bit, and for the Master Output I'm going to choose 5.1 for a Surround Sound mix. I'll click OK, and that gives me a familiar looking Multitrack Interface. As usual, I have the d...

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

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Audio + Music Video
Software:
Audition
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