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Tutoriaux - Adobe Audition

| Introduction | Step one: working in Edit View |
| Editing sound | The multitrack view work area | Working in multitrack view |

Working In Multitrack View

Loading audio clips:

Working with clips:

To crossfade two clips:

You can crossfade audio clips to transition smoothly from the end of one clip to the beginning of another. Crossfades consist of a fade out and a fade in over a transition region.

As the difference of the edit mode, those fades aren't destructive. You can easily remove them.

Using Loops:

The use of loops is many current. You can create yours, or use the ones offered by Audition.

Here is the principle of loops: first select a waveform or a part of it, than specify its properties in Edit View, and finally use the resulting loop in compositions in Multitrack View.

There are lots of possibilities in Audition to change the pitch and the timing of loops... Use the help of Audition to better learn how to define loops. But basically:

How to save/export your multi-track session

Audition saves information about mix settings and source files in session files (.ses). Session files are relatively small because they contain only pathnames to source files and references to mix parameters (such as volume, pan, and effect settings). To more easily manage session files, save them in a unique folder with the source files they reference. If you later need to move the session to another computer, you can simply move the unique session folder.

Be sure to save both the session and the final exported audio. If you export the audio only, you will not be able to go back and edit your multitrack session.