How to Use Adobe Audition

While there are several versions available, each with minor differences and new features, Adobe Audition is one of the industry standards for audio file editing and creation. Users can use the software to edit, create, combine, and layer audio files to create professional-quality sound bites, songs, and audio clips. Adobe Audition is a versatile tool that is used in the music industry, broadcasting professions, and web creation. Here are some pointers on how to use Adobe Audition.


1. Create content by selecting a new project, the file to which the content will be saved, and clicking “Record.” After you’ve finished recording, the waveform should appear on the screen.

2. Choose a starting point for your recording to edit. Click your mouse at the point where you want the edited section to begin. Drag the mouse (while holding down the left button) to the point where you want to stop editing. The region should be highlighted. To edit the area, double-click on it. To play the video, press the space bar. Use your mouse to select the clip you want to edit. Unnatural breaths, extraneous noise, or mistakes can be removed by highlighting them in the waveform and clicking “Delete.”

3. Include it in your recording. You can include blank spaces or other files in your recording. Set your cursor to the point in the recording where you want to insert another file. Select the file you want to insert by clicking “Insert” and “Audio.” It is always a good idea to edit this clip before inserting it into your new file. However, after it’s been inserted, editing is frequently required to make it sound natural.

4. You can change the pitch of your audio clip. Click on “Time and Pitch” and “Stretch” to change the pitch of your recording while keeping the length the same.

5. Lengthen or shorten your audio clip by simultaneously clicking the left mouse button and the shift button with the cursor at the end of your clip. Drag the clip to the right to extend it. Drag the mouse to the left to shorten the clip.

6. Use your clip to create an echo effect. Choose the “Delay and Echo” and “Echo” effects from the drop-down menus. As a result, your clip will sound like an echo from a canyon or mountain. Within this mode, you can change the echo effect by adjusting various settings. You can experiment with additional special effects to improve your recording even further.

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