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Adobe Soundbooth

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Adobe Soundbooth is a complete audio studio.

Handle all of your digital audio tasks within a single application. Work with a multitrack mixing view, a mono and stereo waveform editing view, and audio effects; create music with loops; and burn audio CD's.

Record, mix, edit, and master digital audio files with powerful tools that bring flexibility and control to your desktop studio. Easily create music, produce radio spots, and restore imperfect recordings.

Edit video soundtracks more easily with the ability to view video frames in the Timeline and import a wide range of file formats, including AVI, native DV, MPEG, and WMV.

Work with more than 50 digital signal processing (DSP) tools and effects, mastering and analysis tools, audio restoration features, and third-party DirectX and VST plug-ins.

Create your own music using more than 5,000 performance-based, royalty-free music loops. Styles include Rock, Techno, Classical, Reggae, and more .

Restore old vinyl, remove hisses and hums, fix clipped audio, and recover previously unusable recordings with classic or automatic Click/Pop Eliminators, Noise Reduction, Hiss Reduction, and Clip Restoration effects.

Program 1:

1. Exploring the Interface (66 min)

  • The User Interface and Views
  • New Tools and Context Sensitive Menus
  • The Device Order Dialog Box
  • The Device Properties Dialog Box
  • Adjusting Your Settings
  • The Edit View
  • Zooming and the Spectral View
  • The Preroll and Postroll Options Dialog Box
  • Scripts and Batch Processing
  • Undo, Redo, Cut, Copy and Paste
  • Working in the Multitrack View
  • In-Time Loop Preview
  • Snapping and Making Selections
  • The Track Controls Window
  • Session Properties, Selection Controls and Effects
  • The CD Project View

2. Working in the Multitrack and Using Loopology (48 min)

  • Constructing a Basic Loop Session
  • Adjusting the Volume Envelope
  • Setting a Global Session Key
  • Changing Tempo and Key on an Individual Clip Basis
  • Naming the Tracks and Saving the Session
  • Building a Session, Adding Envelopes and Using Splines
  • Adding a Breakdown Section to the Session
  • Adding a Stinger to Finish the Piece and Play Back
  • Adding Reverb, Adjusting Volume, Adding an Echo
  • Adding a Real-time Track EQ
  • Creating a New Bus and Adding a Hard Limiter
  • Working with Volume Envelopes
  • Adding VST Effects, Locking Track Effects
  • Enabling Audition as ReWire Host Using Reason

3. Tips for Mixing Music and Vocals (73 min)

  • Assembling the Rhumba Session
  • Editing in the Multitrack with the Move and Select Tools
  • Reverb and Dynamics Processing
  • Working with Echo, Compression and Crossfades
  • Correcting Pitch on Instruments
  • Correcting Pitch on Vocals
  • Advanced Pitch Correction
  • Copying and Pasting with the Mix Paste Command
  • Designing in Frequency Space
  • Enhancing Background Vocals
  • Clip Edge Time Stretching
  • Saving, Exporting and File Management

Program 2:

4. Editing, Mastering and Batch Processing (65 min)

  • Analyzing Waveforms, Frequency and Phase
  • Generating Audio and Converting Sample Type
  • Exploring Preroll and Postroll Options
  • Using the Dynamic, Parametric and Graphic EQs
  • Applying the Pan/Expand and Flanger Preset Effects
  • Using Hard Limiting
  • Using Peak and Group Waveform Normalization
  • The Channel Mixer and the Center Channel Extractor
  • Creating Scripts and Assigning Favorites
  • Batch Processing and Creating a Cue List
  • Using Beat Cues and Markers in Drum Files
  • Using Beat Cues and Markers in Tonal Files
  • Saving Files with Their Tag Information

5. Surround, Restoration, AdobeĀ® PremiereĀ® Pro Integration and More! (68 min)

  • Introducing Multichannel Encoding
  • Drawing Pan Envelopes
  • Adjusting Multichannel Track and Global Settings
  • Multichannel Export Options and Fold Down to Stereo
  • File Relinking and Edit Original
  • Replacing Audio in Adobe Audition and Updating it in Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Using Edit Original and Audio Transcode Settings
  • Using Noise Reduction to Clean Up a Voice-Over Track
  • Understanding Spectral Decay
  • Capturing a Noise Reduction Profile and Adjusting a Frequency Graph
  • Eliminating Clicks and Pops
  • Reducing Hiss
  • Repairing Transients with Frequency Space Editing
  • Removing Individual Instruments from a Track
  • Attenuating Individual Frequencies and Individual Band Processing

6. Live Recording and Loop Creation (80 min)

Presenter Demonstrations:

  • Live Recording Using Adobe Audition
  • Creating a Loop
  • Tracking Electric Piano
  • Transposing Key Based on the Root Note
  • Normalizing Volume in the Multitrack
  • Beat Splicing
  • Tracking Organ
  • Adding Files to Existing Content
  • Time Stretching and Loop Properties
  • Vocoding
  • Envelope Following
  • Track Equalizing
  • Audio Effects
  • Mastering
  • Multi-Band Processing
  • Writing to CD

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