Features :- Record, edit, and integrate music clips. Edit Favorites feature Use the Favorites panel to record, view, organize, run, or edit your favorite tasks. The panel provides simple controls to unify volume levels, repair sound, improve clarity, and add special effects — so your video projects sound like a professional audio engineer has mixed them. Dynamic Link for streaming video content from Premiere Pro The Dynamic Link video streaming feature lets you stream video without rendering when sending projects from Premiere Pro to Audition. Commands in the clip content menu make it easy to move clips to the front or back, and preferences allow users to customize the behavior. When enabled, a new preference avoids overlapping clips when inserting or pasting new clips creates new tracks. You can customize the channels assigned to a clip and adjust Specific Channel Routing.
Then, choose a backup location that can be your Adobe Creative Cloud storage environment, the session folder, or any other location of your choice. Press Alt while dragging to toggle. Or work on separate regions of a file simultaneously. Improved multitrack performance Scroll through multitrack projects faster and more smoothly. You can then edit or apply effects to each band separately.
This simple yet powerful plug-in offers a compressor, expander, limiter, and noise gate in one easy-to-use tool. Automatic loudness correction Match loudness in audio clips, and apply correction to support various loudness standards and true peak limiting. You can specify the default behavior in the Multitrack Clip preferences. Custom channelization To support different surround formats and configurations, Audition lets you add new custom audio channels when you create an audio file. The effect uses a keyframe edit envelope laid across the entire waveform, similar to the Fade and Gain Envelope effects.
Use the Pitch Shifter effect to change the musical pitch. Phase Analysis panel Use the Phase Analysis panel to reveal out-of-phase channels for stereo waveforms. Multichannel audio workflows Multichannel audio workflows allow you to separate all audio channels to unique clips automatically. More improvements allow for symmetrical clip fades, or adjusting fade curves or duration independently. Create a podcast Learn the basic steps to record, mix, and export audio content for a podcast — or any other audio project. These guides help you navigate the core functionality and capabilities with ease, including reducing background noise, mixing audio elements, and producing a simple podcast. Coach marks and concise tutorials are offered inside the application to help you get started with Audition.
The timecode overlay displays the current time display string as an overlay on the Video panel and the video fullscreen monitor. Input monitoring Input monitoring allows you to preview the input coming from your recording device before starting the actual recording by either observing the level meters or listening to it. Select the tracks and enable Extract to Single File. Guides for getting started In-app tutorials offer new users a series of guided walkthroughs of common tasks. Any edits made to the original clip are retained and applied to the new material so you can work uninterrupted even when an asset changes.
Timed recordings Schedule recordings in advance and Audition will capture them automatically, or start recording immediately for a specified duration. In the Preferences dialog box, choose Auto Save and select Backup Multitrack Session Files Automatically. Use this tool to create synthesized voices for videos, games, and audio productions. Essential Sound panel The Essential Sound panel gives you a complete toolset to mix your audio and achieve professional-quality output. Automatic copying of imported assets to a session folder Audition lets you set custom levels for Yellow Caution and Red Warning indicators in the Level Meters panel. Dual display full-screen video Get the most out of your editing experience in Audition by using a full-screen dual-monitor workflow. Level Meter shows the input level of the audio, and Gain Reduction Meter shows how audio signals are compressed or expanded.
No more guesswork or small adjustments needed to see an exact length of time. Streamline common tasks, including third-party integrations, and bring a new level of efficiency to your audio work. Such noise is common on recordings such as old vinyl records and on-location recordings. Jump to Time Navigate to any spot in the timeline with this useful keyboard shortcut. Available in both the waveform and multitrack views, it provides you with information about peak, average, and range levels. Use your eyes and ears to match clip loudness to neighboring clips with a waveform that smoothly scales in real-time to amplitude adjustments. Enhanced Speech Volume Leveler The Target Dynamic Range option in Audition provides better control over volume leveling for spoken content.
In the Preferences dialog box, select Playback and specify the Yellow and Red levels. Visual keyboard shortcut editor Use the Visual Keyboard Shortcut Editor to see which keys have been assigned shortcuts and which are available for assignment. Save time and keep your workflow moving. Frequency band splitter Use Frequency Band Splitter to take one audio clip or a selection in a clip and make up to eight copies, where each copy contains a different frequency range found in the original clip. Auto-Duck music While working on a project, automatically generate a volume envelope to duck music behind dialogue, sound effects, or any other audio clip using the Ducking parameter in the Essential Sound panel. Full fidelity with Premiere Pro Audition support for native Premiere Pro projects means links to original assets, sequence metadata, markers, audio effects, parameters, sub-mixes and Essential Sound panel settings are transferred to Audition with full fidelity. This effect analyzes a selected portion of the recording and builds a sound model, which is used to find and remove the sound.