In this course you'll learn how to manipulate every interface of each audio effect included in Audition CC. Make your final project better by understanding how to enhance the audio and give your audience the pleasure of professionally produced sound.
Audition CC provides you with a wealth of audio effects that can help enhance your projects. In this course, Audition CC Audio Effects, you will learn how to use each of the available audio effects in Adobe Audition. Many people look at the list and recognize “compression,” “EQ,” and “Reverb,” but there are a lot more, and they are very useful. Effects are valuable for polishing your recordings and turning out professional materials. This course covers the application of each of the stock effects so that you can decide which you need in any given circumstance and know exactly how to use them. First, you'll explore amplitude and compression. Next, you'll dive into learning about noise reduction and restoration. Finally, you'll wrap up the course by learning all about time and pitch. After watching this course, you’ll know how to enhance your audio, using this as a reference on available stock effects, why they exist, and how to use them in every situation. Software required: Adobe Audition CC.
Dan Anderegg is a freelance composer, Music Technology instructor, piano instructor, and a full-time Editor at Pluralsight.com where he works with many authors to improve the overall quality of their audio and recordings.
Course Overview Hi everyone. I'm Dan Anderegg, and welcome to my course, Audition CC Audio Effects. I'm a composer and an audio engineer. And whether you're creating a commercial or a film, your audio needs to be the best it can be. In this course, you're going to learn how to use each audio effect included in Audition. You can use this course as a reference by finding the effect you need in the table of contents, or you can really become a pro by watching the whole thing and learning to create the same type of commercial we create as our demo project in this course. Some of the well-known effects you'll learn are compression, equalization, and reverb, but we don't stop there. You can make your audio truly professional by applying noise reduction, diagnosing and repairing issues in the recordings in a surgical manner, or even correcting the pitch of a poorly sung vocal line, or turning your favorite song into a karaoke track for some fun with your friends. By the end of this course, you'll know how to use each effect Audition has to offer, and it'll speed up your workflow with each project you undertake. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with Audition and how to use it to record and mix a project using both the Waveform and the Multitrack Editor. Join me and learn to master your audio effects in Audition CC Audio Effects, at Pluralsight.