This Adobe certified training course is aimed at all those excited by the possibilities of creating their own soundtracks using digital technologies and being able to restore poor quality sound. Delivered by our senior consultant with several years experience in audio techniques, the course demonstrates industry-standard techniques and provides examples of best practice.
Overview and Basics
What is Audition CC?
How is it different from previous versions?
How does it work?
Setting up your computer
Importing audio from a digital source e.g. portable recorder
Importing audio from an analogue source e.g. audio desk, MiniDisc recorder, vinyl record etc.
Ripping CD tracks
The Edit Window
What is it for?
The choice of workspace layouts
How to find your imported audio
Working in Mono
Working in Stereo
What the icons do
How to edit
Regular saving of your work
Cutting and moving sections
Using tools such as Noise reduction, EQ, and the many effects available
Using the options within the View window
Lost some tools or icons? How to retrieve them at the click of a mouse
Saving your finished work in the right format and sample type
The Multi-Track Window
The correct use of this window
Moving files around
Adding wildtrack or music
The use of effects such as reverb, delay and a host of others
Setting the correct levels for each track
Using the mixer panel
Saving your multi-track session
Mixing down to stereo or mono in the right format and sample type
Burning a CD and saving to a memory stick or external hard drive
Closing Audition in the correct way to ensure that you wont lose your work
Cleaning up sound
The Spectral View -and how to use it to remove unwanted sounds such as mobile phones in a concert
Removing clicks and pops from older audio formats such as vinyl records