Visually identify individual sounds

Visually identify individual sounds. Open a file containing unwanted artifacts and background noise. (Our example includes two coughs by a musician during an old classical recording.) Choose View > Spectral...

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Enable specific inputs in Adobe Audition

Enable specific inputs in Adobe Audition. In Multitrack View, choose Options > Device Order, and click the Recording Devices tab. The Multitrack Device Preference Order list shows the inputs you...

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Record a track

Record a track. Click the Arm Track button in the first track, and then click the Record button in the transport controls. When you finish recording, click the Stop button...

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Add another loop and move it

Add another loop and move it. To build up the session, click to select another track, and choose Insert > Audio to add a second loop. Even if it was...

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Select sounds in specific frequency ranges

Select sounds in specific frequency ranges. In the toolbar, select the Marquee Selection tool. Then drag a selection around an artifact in the spectral display. Press the spacebar to preview...

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Select track inputs and arm tracks for recording

Select track inputs and arm tracks for recording. In the track controls for track one, click the In 1 button. Select the input you want to record from, and then...

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Create professional-quality CDs from live recordings

Create professional-quality CDs from live recordings When you record live music, you end up with one, long audio file. With Adobe® Audition™, it's easy to divide a recording into...

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Record and mix additional tracks

Record and mix additional tracks. If you like, change the device plugged into your sound card or mixer. Then repeat step 5 for the second track. Adobe Audition records into...

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Define your own loop

Define your own loop. You can define your own loops as well as use existing ones. Begin by opening an audio file in Edit View. Then, choose Edit > Snapping...

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Repair artifacts in a single step

Repair artifacts in a single step. Choose Favorites > Repair Transient. Adobe Audition replaces the artifact by copying surrounding audio. To make the repair even more seamless, choose Effects >...

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Select track outputs

Select track outputs. In the track controls for track one, click the Out 1 button, and then select the output that your amplifier and monitors are connected to. Select “Same...

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Insert the recording in a session, and split the recording into clips

Insert the recording in a session, and split the recording into clips. In Multitrack View, create a new session file and choose Insert > Audio to insert the recording. Select...

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