Adobe Audition is a popular audio editing program among student journalists given its potential to edit, mix, record, and restore audio. If you have never worked in Audition before, it can also be a bit overwhelming. This lesson will provide an overview of the platform and walk you through the basics of using it to produce a podcast.
In This Lesson
Editing With Adobe Audition
- What is Adobe Audition?
- Video overview of the Audition interface
- Importing audio files into Audition
- Waveform and Multitrack views
- Removing room tone from clips
- Splicing tracks
- Fading clips in and out
- Exporting files for distribution
[Click here to view and use the Google Slide Presentation “Editing With Adobe Audition”]
Capture the Sound of Your Current Location
For this activity, begin by recording the ambient background and natural sounds in your current environment (consider going outside if that offers more recording potential). After you have collected these sounds, record some narration of yourself describing your environment and what you hear.
Once you have finished capturing your recordings, upload all of these files to a computer with Adobe Audition editing software installed. Follow the steps in the SNO Adobe Audition Introduction Video to create and export a narrated audio track about your current location. These exported files can then be submitted to an instructor for proof of participation or for grading.