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Adobe Audition  (ADAU101)

Time: 9am - 4pm
Duration: 2 days

Compatible with CS4, CS5, CS6, CC

Description:

In this course, you will learn how to: Import and record audio files; Clean up audio tracks to remove noise and improve quality; Apply audio effects; Integrate with other Adobe applications; Work with multiple tracks.

Prerequisites:

None

Public Class Schedule

Location Language Date Price Register
Ottawa English February 28 - March 1 $ 635.00
Web-based(Opens in new window) English February 28 - March 1 $ 635.00
Ottawa English June 20 - June 21 $ 635.00
Web-based(Opens in new window) English June 20 - June 21 $ 635.00

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Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • About Adobe Audition
    • Overview of the audio editing process
    • Various formats for video, film and multimedia productions
    • Audio bit rates and sampling rates
    • Using Audition with other Adobe applications
  • Workspace tour
    • Viewing and navigating the editor
    • Resizing, expanding and minimizing panels
    • Creating and changing the workspace
    • Changing and creating keyboard shortcuts
  • Navigating your document
    • Zooming and scrolling
    • Using spectral frequency
    • Creating an audio selection
    • Creating markers
  • Audio basics
    • Digital and analog audio fundamentals
    • Importing audio and video clips
    • Adjusting pitch and timing
    • Creating audio loops
    • Working with auto compose score
    • Using multiple audio tracks
    • Creating an audio loop
    • Using speech transcription
    • Adding keyframes
  • Cleaning up audio
    • Using time and frequency selection tools
    • Removing sounds
    • Noise reduction methods
    • Capturing noise prints
    • Removing white noise, audio clicks, pops and rumbles
    • Using volume correction
  • Effects
    • Working with compressor and dynamics
    • Applying chorus and flanger effects
    • Analog delay and reverb
    • Using parametric and graphic equalizer
    • Phaser and distortion effects
    • Voice enhancer and mastering
    • Advanced audio filters
    • Using manual and automatic pitch correction
    • Working with generated tones
    • Dropper, shifter and notch filter
  • Recording
    • Recording audio
    • Audio hardware setup
    • Exporting audio
    • Updating linked audio (Premiere Pro/Flash)
    • Microphone and audio recorder types
    • Audio recording recommendations
  • Multi-track
    • Using automatic speech alignment
    • Working with vari-speed clip stretching
    • Working with the metronome
    • Creating session templates
    • Working with clip grouping

Private training is available for this course.

Call us at 1-888-484-2933 to learn more about our flexible scheduling options or complete our Information Request Form.

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