Add track cues

Add track cues. Select the audio you want to place on the first track of the CD, and press Shift+F8 to add a track cue range. Repeat for each track...

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Show the Recording Control window

Show the Recording Control window. In Windows, double-click the speaker icon near the clock in the taskbar. In the Volume Control window, choose Options > Properties. Select Recording, do either...

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Record and mix multiple tracks with a professional audio interface

Record and mix multiple tracks with a professional audio interface If you have a professional, multi-input audio interface, you can use Adobe® Audition™ to record music on multiple tracks...

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Adobe Audition Digital Audio Primer

Understanding the fundamentals of sound is the first step in learning about digital audio. In this primer, we'll introduce the basics of sound so you can work more effectively with...

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Record and mix multiple tracks with a standard sound card

Record and mix multiple tracks with a standard sound card Even with a standard sound card, you can use Adobe® Audition™ to record music on multiple tracks. Using Multitrack...

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Mix down the session, and add titles for the CD tracks

Mix down the session, and add titles for the CD tracks. Choose Edit > Mix Down To CD Project > All Audio Clips. (If the Edit Original Options window appears,...

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Set the recording level

Set the recording level. In Adobe Audition's Edit View, double-click the Level Meters to turn them on, and then play something on the turntable, cassette deck, or microphone. Using the...

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Connect your monitors to the amplifier outputs

Connect your monitors to the amplifier outputs. Connect your studio monitors to the amplifier outputs....

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Apply effects efficiently with scripting and batch processing

Apply effects efficiently with scripting and batch processing Excerpted from “Adobe Audition 1.5 Classroom in a Book” by Adobe Systems Incorporated. Working with digital audio often involves working with...

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Connect your desktop speakers to your computer

Connect your desktop speakers to your computer. Most computer sound cards have three 1/8 inch miniplug ports for audio, plus a MIDI port. Plug the speakers' cable into your sound...

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Burn the CD

Burn the CD. Insert a blank, writable CD into the CD burning device. Click Write CD, and choose the device you want to use to write the CD. Then, click...

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Create a new file, Record the audio and Save the file

Create a new file. Choose File > New, select the Sample Rate, Channels, and Resolution, and click OK. If you plan to burn the file to CD, select 44,100 samples...

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