BeatEdit detects the beats in your music and generates markers for them in Adobe Audition. This means you can easily match the tempo of two different songs, edit your music, and seamlessly loop tracks – all with a few clicks. BeatEdit detects beats, or for more variation, it can also detect additional ‘rhythmically relevant’ peaks.
BeatEdit for Audition Features
robust, state of the art beat detection
beat markers are visible in both waveform and multitrack view
easy beat selection
detect only beats, or additional ‘rhythmically relevant’ peaks for more variation
Multitrack and Waveform View
BeatEdit creates standard Adobe Audition markers, which are then saved as metadata along with your audio file. You can then snap to these markers to accurately select sections of the music. Want to extract loopable segments from songs? Thanks to the beat markers, you can easily select sections of, for example, 4 or 8 beats to make sure they loop seamlessly.
Since the markers are also visible in Adobe Audition’s multitrack view, matching the tempo of different clips is easy – just time-stretch them so the beat markers match up. Whether you want to overlay several clips, or just transition between them – with accurately synced beats, the results will always sound much better.
BeatEdit offers detailed controls to select the beats you want to work with. You can subdivide beats to create faster patterns, and easily select beats. BeatEdit can also create extra markers outside of the beat pattern, where there are other ‘rhythmically relevant’ peaks in the music.
Robust Beat Tracking Technology
BeatEdit relies on highly robust beat tracking technologies developed by music research groups around the globe. The beat tracker used (IBT) is developed by the Sound and Music Computing Group at the INESC University of Porto . BeatEdit also relies on the MARSYAS (Music Analysis, Retrieval and Synthesis for Audio Signals) framework developed under the direction of George Tzanetakis, Associate Professor at the University of Victoria.
BeatEdit only works with .wav and .mp3 audio files and cannot load audio from video clips.
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