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Finish your video and multimedia projects with compelling audio tracks. From the first recording to the final mix or encode, this guide to Audition 1.5 delivers the working knowledge you need to master the aural aspects of your project. Beginning with an accessible review of the essentials of audio production you get practical examples and tutorials that demonstrate all the techniques you need-whether you are adding narration, getting out the hum, fitting the music key to your singer's range or using loops to create custom, royalty-free, music tracks.
Create tracks with the confidence that you have practical training. Author Ron Dabbs is a seasoned pro with 30 years of diverse experience. You get step-by-step instruction on how to record sound, edit, use loops, mix and everything in between including how to:
Install Audition and optimize the system for peak performance
Navigate and customize the interface
Apply basic recording and miking techniques
Edit, add effects, and assemble tracks
Use multitrack recording, MIDI files, and ReWire, to enhance tracks
Analyze audio content to identify and resolve problems
Mix and master for Compact Disc and Surround Sound Optimize your tools. Audition offers unparalleled integration with other Adobe applications. Speed your production with the use of application options, scripting, shortcuts, workflow-integration techniques, and SMPTE synchronization. The companion CD includes demos of music loop libraries, third-party DirectX and VST plug-ins, filters, encoding software, utilities, and other resources that will help you crank up the volume.
Author: Ron Dabbs
0.92 x 9.18 x 7.40"
Pub. Date: May 10, 2004
About The Author: Ron Dabbs is senior media engineer at Evatone, Inc. and founder of the Musicians' Technical Workshop. Beginning his career in professional audio recording and production at the age of sixteen, he rose in ten short years to the position of executive vice-president/general manager of one of the largest independent recording studios in the country. Ron's production credits include several platinum recordings and numerous awards for music tracks for video, television, and advertising campaigns. His diverse client base has exposed him to virtually every aspect of audio production from location and studio recording to film mixing, disc mastering, and DVD authoring.