Beginners and experienced users alike will find invaluable information on managing and developing waveforms, using non-native effects and processes, using loops and found sound, dealing with unexpected issues such as clicking and popping tracks or lost presets and replacing or editing video soundtracks.
Detailed information on audio standards is provided as a background for finishing and producing audio along with procedures for submitting audio for external mastering. Theres even a section on using Adobe Audition outside the studio and in theatres and live productions alongside essential information for users of Microsoft Vista.
Recently updated to cover version 2 of Adobe Audition, this book will show you how to:
- Create your own audio soundtracks
- Use loops and waveforms to create original compositions
- Use Auditions effects and editing tools
- Create spot and foley effects
- Produce your own layers, pads and jingles
- Learn mastering and production tips
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Richard Riley is an established author, musician, producer and professional computer technician and a long term user of Adobe Audition since its origins as a shareware wave editor.
For more information about this book, see the catalog page for Audio Editing with Adobe Audition
Publisher: PC Publishing
ISBN: 9781906005030, 192 pages, $22.95 USD
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