Introduction The following guide documents how to configure Adobe Audition to record from the provided microphones in our RCC 346 Personal Production Suites. Step 1: Under the Adobe Audition menu, click into “Preferences”. Under “Audio Hardware”, first set the “Master Clock” to “In: Scarlett 2i2 USB”. Afterwards, set your default input to “Scarlett 2i2 USB”.… Read More »
A Panopto recording discussing the basics of audio recording and editing using Adobe’s Audition. Information about podcasts, multi-track, monitoring, and tools and options within Adobe Audition.
This video also reviews how to sync up recorder audio to replace your (inferior) camera audio that should be replaced with recorder audio.
Learn how to configure your hardware within Adobe Audition’s settings. Use this quick guide to make sure your inputs and outputs are configured correctly.
Learn the fundamentals of audio theory in this Panopto video. James Loney discusses sound as a concept, monitoring levels, recording conditions, microphone polar patterns, available recording equipment, and how to achieve optimal recordings that require little editing in post-production.
This presentation covers how to record audio. It reviews recorded sound fundamentals, SFX/music, recording technique, audio editing, and uploading .mp3 files to WordPress.
CMN 450: Adobe Audition Activity Outside of Adobe Audition (preparation): From the finder, make a new folder under Documents call it Audio Activity Find the files in the demo activity folder and copy them to the above folder. Navigating Audition Open Audition. Create a new multitrack session and link it to the above… Read More »
Check out a link to the recording here: http://panopto.fcad.ryerson.ca/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=e86cbf56-9a8a-482b-a2b0-70ad5cc50f26.
Check this tutorial out for a basic introduction to Adobe Audition. Only review relevant sections. http://www.lynda.com/Audition-tutorials/Audition-CC-Essential-Training/122474-2.html