This course builds on the knowledge gained from a previous course, Audition CC Fundamentals. In this course, you'll learn how to work with multi-tracks and learn essential techniques for getting the most out of your audio products. Towards the end of this course, you'll learn to export and share your work created in Audition. Software required: Adobe Audition CC.
Chad Troftgruben is a freelance animator and screencaster who specializes in Animate CC, Moho, After Effects and Premiere. He has been working with Flash since 2002 which resulted in the creation of several cartoons for both entertainment and commercial purposes.
Introduction Hi guys. I would like to welcome you to the Train Simple Building on the Fundamentals of Audition training series. In this course, we'll be focusing primarily on multitracks. In the previous course, we looked at how to work with the waveforms. And I highly recommend, if you are new to Audition, to check out the fundamentals course first. With our multitracks, we'll start with the interface. We'll learn how to work with the track tabs. We'll learn how to use the Mute, Solo, Arm For Record, and Monitor Input buttons, in addition to working with the playback controls and tools. Up next, we'll take a look at how to add, cut, and paste audio clips, in addition to overlapping tracks. We'll apply fades to clips, in addition to working with envelopes and grouping clips together. After that, we'll move onto even more editing techniques, such as applying equalization, matching audio levels, working with the Mixer, and then using the Mixer to apply key frames to our envelopes, and then we'll take a look at the Effects Rack and how that can be applied to track-based editing. Finally, I'll show you how to share your work with the world. We'll first look at how to export files out from our multitrack, then we'll look at how to burn disks, and then finally, import project files from Premiere to Audition and then back again. By the time you're done with the series, you'll have a strong understanding of how to use multitracks in Audition. So, are you ready? Well, I hope you are because we're about to get started.