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Adobe Audition 1.5 Classroom in a Book (Classroom in a Book)

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Publisher Comments:

The most comprehensive way to learn Adobe Audition 2.0!

Classroom in a Book, the best-selling series of hands-on software training workbooks, helps you learn the features of Adobe software quickly and easily. Classroom in a Book offers what no other book or training program does--an official training series from Adobe Systems Incorporated, developed with the support of Adobe product experts.

Adobe Audition 2.0 Classroom in a Book contains thirteen lessons and a bonus CD with lesson files. The book covers the basics of learning Adobe Audition, and countless tips and techniques to help you quickly become an Audition expert. You'll learn how to work and edit in a multitrack mixing environment, create audio effects and original soundtracks with loops, restore poor-quality audio, export to CD and MP3, and more. You'll also learn about Audition 2.0's new features, including low-latency mixing with unlimited tracks, ASIO support, audible scrubbing, analog-modeled Multiband Compressor, recordable parameter automation with external hardware support, and more. You can follow the book from start to finish or choose only those lessons that interest you.

Synopsis:

When Adobe acquired Syntrillium Software's digital audio editing software Cool Edit Pro, gave it a new name (Audition), and added content-sharing capabilities for Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects, it filled a big void in its home-studio software lineup. Here, to get you using Audition to create and edit audio tracks for your film, video, and DVD projects, is a self-paced guide from the instructional design experts at Adobe. Through a series of hands-on lessons, this comprehensive volume takes you step by step through Audition's enormous feature set, including its capabilities for recording, mixing, analyzing, looping, editing, and mastering audio. Each lesson builds on the last and includes a project you can create using the files on the accompanying CD. Review questions reinforce what you've learned so that by the end of the volume, you should have a solid mastery of Audition's noise reduction and audio restoration features, sophisticated spectrum and phase--analysis tools, extensive sound-editing capabilities, high-quality effects, and more.

Synopsis:

Project-based tutorial from Adobe's own experts is first out of the gate to tackle newly acquired digital audio creation software!

About the Author

The Adobe Creative Team of designers, writers, and editors has extensive, real-world knowledge of Adobe products. They work closely with the Adobe product development teams and Adobe's Instructional Communications team to come up with creative, challenging, and visually appealing projects to help both new and experienced users get up to speed quickly on Adobe software products.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: A Quick Tour of Adobe Audition

Navigating the session

Working with loops

Muting and soloing tracks

Changing track volume and pan

Applying non-destructive effects

Using Hiss Reduction

Using the Spectral View

Changing the tempo of an entire session

Exporting a session to mp3 audio format

Chapter 2: Audition Basics

Using the Files panel

Working with views and toolbars  

Working with panels and workspaces

Naming your tracks

Exploring on your own

Review questions

Review answers

Chapter 3: Working in Edit View

Getting started

Using the Edit View

Selecting and editing waveforms

Combining audio clips in Edit View

Applying the Stereo Field Rotate effect

Adding a favorite

Exploring on your own

Review questions

Review answers  

Chapter 4: Working in Multitrack View

Getting started

Creating a bass track

Adding more tracks

Scrubbing

Using volume and pan envelopes

Using the Effects Rack

Exploring on your own

Review questions

Review answers

Chapter 5: Working with Loops and Waves

Getting started

Adding loops to a multitrack

Repeating a loop

Making a loop from a larger waveform

Changing the source waveform

Using markers

Changing the length of a clip  

Changing the pitch of a clip  

Exploring on your own

Review questions

Review answers

Chapter 6: Noise Reduction

Getting started

Tools to clean up sound

Creating the Noise Reduction Profile

Removing pops, crackles, and hiss

Isolating specific frequencies within your files  

Using Graphic Equalizer to change sound quality

Exploring on your own

Review questions

Review answers

Chapter 7: Editing Voices

Getting started

Splitting clips and saving selections

Trimming and placing a clip

Using the Delete Silence command

Using bus effects

Adding effects and equalization

Exploring on your own

Review questions

Review answers

Chapter 8: Mixing and Real-Time Effects

Getting started

Applying real-time effects in Multitrack View

Inserting more effects into the Effects Rack

Saving effect presets and rack presets

Applying real-time effects using buses and sends

Exploring on your own

Review questions.

Review answers

Chapter 9:  Using Audition's Equalization Tools

Getting started

Using the Quick Filter

Using equalization in the multitrack  

Using the Track Equalizer window

Using the Graphic Equalizer on a final mix

Exploring on your own

Review questions

Review answers

Chapter 10: Using Audition's Automation Tools

Getting Started

Drawing automation data

Recording automation data in real time

Automating additional track parameters

Fine tuning recorded automation data

Using Touch Mode for editing automation data

Using Latch Mode for editing automation data

Using clip envelopes for automation

Exploring on your own

Review questions

Review answers

Chapter 11: Optimizing Audio for the Internet

Getting started

Reducing file size for the Internet

Compressing files in the mp3 format

Optimizing sound quality

Compressing multiple files with the Batch Processor

Exploring on your own

Review questions

Review answers  

 

Chapter 12: Using the CD View

Getting started

Extracting audio from a CD

Inserting and removing tracks

Setting track properties.

Normalizing groups of files for Mastering 

Writing a CD

Exploring on your own

Review questions

Review answers 

Chapter 13: Integrating Adobe Audition and Adobe Premiere Pro

Getting started

Inserting video into Audition

Inserting the audio track only into Audition

Linking a Premiere audio clip to an Audition multitrack session 

Opening a Premiere audio clip into Audition’s Edit View

Exploring on your own

Review questions

Review answers  

Product Details

ISBN:
9780321267931
Publisher:
Adobe Press
Location:
N
Author:
Adobe Creative Team
Author:
Adobe Creative Team, Creative Team
Subject:
Desktop Publishing - General
Subject:
Interactive multimedia
Subject:
Digital audio editors
Subject:
Interactive Media
Subject:
Digital Media - Desktop Publishing
Subject:
Computers-Reference - General
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Series:
Classroom in a Book
Publication Date:
July 2004
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
296
Dimensions:
9.14x7.32x.65 in. 1.33 lbs.

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Adobe Audition 1.5 Classroom in a Book (Classroom in a Book)
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Product details 296 pages Adobe Press - English 9780321267931 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , When Adobe acquired Syntrillium Software's digital audio editing software Cool Edit Pro, gave it a new name (Audition), and added content-sharing capabilities for Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects, it filled a big void in its home-studio software lineup. Here, to get you using Audition to create and edit audio tracks for your film, video, and DVD projects, is a self-paced guide from the instructional design experts at Adobe. Through a series of hands-on lessons, this comprehensive volume takes you step by step through Audition's enormous feature set, including its capabilities for recording, mixing, analyzing, looping, editing, and mastering audio. Each lesson builds on the last and includes a project you can create using the files on the accompanying CD. Review questions reinforce what you've learned so that by the end of the volume, you should have a solid mastery of Audition's noise reduction and audio restoration features, sophisticated spectrum and phase--analysis tools, extensive sound-editing capabilities, high-quality effects, and more.
"Synopsis" by , Project-based tutorial from Adobe's own experts is first out of the gate to tackle newly acquired digital audio creation software!
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