Audition CS6: New Features Workshop

by Bill Cassel on June 29, 2012

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Adobe Audi­tion CS6 might not be the sex­i­est part of the Cre­ative Suite — high-​​profile appli­ca­tions like Photoshop, InDe­sign, and Illus­tra­tor get most of the atten­tion. But Audi­tion has qui­etly (as it were) become a ver­sa­tile and pow­er­ful sound edi­tor, and in the CS6 ver­sion it boasts greatly improved per­for­mance, an updated user inter­face, and lots of new features.

In his recently released course Audi­tion CS6: New Fea­tures Work­shop, Maxim Jago walks you through all the lat­est fea­tures, includ­ing pitch cor­rec­tion, the new spec­tral tonal dis­play, sup­port for hard­ware con­trollers, and auto­matic speech align­ment. Want to see a cool Audi­tion trick? In this free video Maxim teaches you how to adjust play­back speed in a mul­ti­track ses­sion, either in real time or as a ren­dered effect for max­i­mum qual­ity. This lets you change the dura­tion of a clip with­out chang­ing its pitch (unless you want to) — a capa­bil­ity that has lots of inter­est­ing appli­ca­tions when work­ing with audio.

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