Adobe Audition CS5.5 has a Brand New Audio Engine

Posted on August 1, 2011 by Stephen Kastner | No Comments

I was investigating ways to improve the sound quality in a live music video that I shot and ended up making an effortless leap from Adobe Soundbooth to Audition.

My friend Sigmund Snopek III was playing at a favorite local club in Fish Creek. There was nobody there… it was a great opportunity to set up and film without distraction. But, I set the levels a bit too low and needed to boost them. I learned how to quickly edit the tracks with the new and very powerful Adobe Audition 5.5 and then jump right back into Premiere.

There’s also a point in the sound track where Sig briefly talks to his sideman, Mike Woods. I am going to try to remove that with what I learned in the following video…

Adobe expert Colin Smith answers the questions he is constantly asked on the road, educating people in the world of Adobe video and design software in a show called, “No Stupid Questions.” In this episode, Colin gives you an introduction to noise reduction using Adobe Audition CS5.5:

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