Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding sample rate, part of Audition CS6 Essential Training.
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When talking about digital audio, another important term to understand is sample rate.…Sound is a continuous entity or wave.…When we capture audio digitally--which is what we're doing when we record into a…computer--we're not really capturing every single moment of the sound.…What we're doing is capturing samples of the sound.…Just as a video camera doesn't capture every single moment of motion,…it captures frames.…But it captures enough frames per second--generally 24 to 30 frames per…second--that when those images are played in sequence, we have the illusion of motion.…So, when you digitally recorded a sound, the frames in this case are called samples.…
The more Samples you can collect per second, the more accurate the sound will…sound when you play it back.…The speed at which these samples are collected is called sample rate.…For example, the standard sample rate of a standard music CD is 44,100 hertz,…or 44.1 Kilohertz.…That means that for every second of music, what you're really hearing is…
- Setting up the interface
- Setting up inputs and outputs
- Importing audio and video
- Understanding audio terminology, such as frequency and amplitude
- Adjusting clips in the Waveform Editor
- Cleaning and repairing audio
- Applying effects
- Working with tracks in the Multitrack Editor and Mixer panel
- Editing the soundtrack of video
- Performing surround mixing
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Foundations of Audio: Delay and Modulationwith Alex U. Case2h 20m Appropriate for all
Foundations of Audio: EQ and Filterswith Brian Lee White2h 29m Appropriate for all
What is Audition?1m 7s
1. Getting Set Up in Audition CS6
2. Importing and Managing Media
3. Important Audio Terminology
4. Working in the Waveform Editor
5. Cleaning and Repairing Audio
6. Using Audition's Built-in Effects
7. Working with the Multitrack Editor and Mixer Panel
8. Working with Video
9. Surround Mixing
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