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Adobe Audition (11 Tutorials)

Optimizing your System for Adobe Video / Audio Applications

Optimizing your System for Adobe Video / Audio Applications

October 17, 2018

Adobe shares information and recommendations for optimizing your system to get the most out of the latest Adobe video and audio tools.

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Hot Tip! Removing Old Versions of Adobe Products on Your Mac

Hot Tip! Removing Old Versions of Adobe Products on Your Mac

October 17, 2018

If you’ve been collecting legacy versions of Adobe software on your Mac for safety, but you’re running out of space, here’s some advice on how to remove the bloat.

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iZotope RX 7 Repair Assistant Tutorial

iZotope RX 7 Repair Assistant Tutorial

September 25, 2018

Learn how to use Repair Assistant, available in the new RX 7, to solve common audio issues faster than ever.

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Essential Sound Panel in Adobe Audition and Premiere for Video Editors

Essential Sound Panel in Adobe Audition and Premiere for Video Editors

August 20, 2018

The Essential Sound Panel gives editors more simple features making it easier to edit audio. The Essential Sound Panel divides audio into 4 common types which make workflow faster and easier for non-sound engineers. We’re sharing a couple of tutorials to get you started with the Essential Sound Panel.

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Burning Question: What are Audio Compressors and How do I Use Them?

Burning Question: What are Audio Compressors and How do I Use Them?

October 17, 2017

Learn about types of compression; terminologies like attack and release, limiting, and compression ratio; compression in vocals and voiceovers; and third-party compression plug-ins. This is an overview, so there’s a lot that isn’t covered here, but this will hopefully give you some background for further exploration.

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What are Audio Compressors and How do I Use Them?

What are Audio Compressors and How do I Use Them?

September 5, 2017

Learn about types of compression; terminologies like attack and release, limiting, and compression ratio; compression in vocals and voiceovers; and third-party compression plug-ins. This is an overview, so there’s a lot that isn’t covered here, but this will hopefully give you some background for further exploration.

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In Depth: Audio Plugins and Formats for Video Professionals

In Depth: Audio Plugins and Formats for Video Professionals

March 14, 2017

You may think of Toolfarm as a place for just visual effects plug-ins and video tools, but we also know a bit about audio plug-ins. Did you know that many NLEs support audio plug-ins? This is a guide that explains the difference between Native and DSP-based plug-ins. Find out which format works with your system, whether you’re using ProTools, Cubase, Media Composer, Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve, Vegas or Final Cut Pro X.

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Adobe Audition Tutorial with Mike Russell

Adobe Audition Tutorial with Mike Russell

November 16, 2015

Not familiar with Adobe Audition? Mike Russell might be able to help you with that!

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Automatically Duck Music Behind a VO in Adobe Audition

Automatically Duck Music Behind a VO in Adobe Audition

March 24, 2014

By Jason Levine/ Adobe: Set-up a side chain compressor in Adobe Audition CS6, to automatically duck music beneath a voice-over. This is a very common workflow across all different styles of video (commercials, interviews) and is very easy to setup and even build presets for later usage.

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Adobe Dynamic Link Troubleshooting

Adobe Dynamic Link Troubleshooting

February 12, 2013

Digital Rebellion gives some nice tips on workflows and fixing problems when dynamic linking between After Effects and Premiere Pro  doesn't go as expected.

Tips include:

  1. Make sure your compositions have unique names
  2. Don't add trailing numbers
  3. Check your firewall
  4. Disable simultaneous frame rendering
  5. Clear caches and render files
  6. Render as a movie file

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How To Make Your Audio Broadcast-Safe (ITU-R BS.1770-2 & EBU) in Adobe Audition

How To Make Your Audio Broadcast-Safe (ITU-R BS.1770-2 & EBU) in Adobe Audition

January 17, 2013

How to finalize your audio, in compliance with common Broadcast Standards using Adobe Audition CS6 by Jason Levine at BoodahJooMusic.

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