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Signal Processing in Adobe Audition CC

Chapter Description

This excerpt from Adobe Audition CC Classroom in a Book shows you how to use the Effects Rack to create chains of effects, apply effects to audio, adjust parameters in various effects to process audio in specific ways, alter dynamics, frequency response, ambience, stereo imaging, and many other audio attributes, use the Preview Editor to see how a waveform will be altered by an effect before you apply the effect, simulate guitar amp and effects setups with Guitar Suite effects, load third-party, plug-in effects on Mac or Windows computers, apply single effects rapidly without the Effects Rack by using the Effects menu, and create favorite presets you can apply immediately to audio.

Review answers

  1. The Effects Rack allows you to make complex effects chains, the Effects menu includes additional effects and can apply single effects rapidly, and the Favorites presets can apply settings to audio immediately upon choosing the preset.
  2. Audition can load third-party VST, VST3, and for the Mac, AU effects as well.
  3. Effects can increase gain, thus causing distortion within the Effects Rack. By adjusting levels going into and out of the rack, it’s possible to avoid distortion.
  4. Dry audio is unprocessed, whereas wet audio has been processed. Many effects let you alter the proportion of the two types of audio.
  5. The processes are called high-quality time and pitch-stretching, respectively.

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