Adobe Audition Waveforms and the Spectral Display

by Allisa Carter on October 2, 2012

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So you’ve put together a great movie — sparkling footage, the tran­si­tions are smooth, can’t wait to show it to your friends and fam­ily. Only then you watch it through and real­ize the sound is not quite up to snuff. Frus­trat­ing, right?

That’s why Adobe Audi­tion is so awe­some. Maxim Jago’s new course Intro­duc­tion to Adobe Audi­tion CS6: Learn by Video will show you how to har­ness Audition’s power to cre­ate the best pos­si­ble audio for your project. Fol­low along as Maxim explores the mul­ti­track edit­ing envi­ron­ment, com­pre­hen­sive mixer, and track-​​based con­trols and effects, as well as the extra­or­di­nary audio cor­rec­tion tools avail­able in Audition.

In this free video, you’ll see three really cool ways to visu­al­ize indi­vid­ual audio files — the Wave­form, the Spec­tral Fre­quency Dis­play, and the Spec­tral Pitch Dis­play — and learn the strengths and lim­i­ta­tions of each. Enjoy!

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