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Part III: Editing Audio > Advanced Editing

Chapter 11. Advanced Editing

Now that you’ve mastered the basics of editing in Pro Tools, it’s time to learn a few advanced editing features. The features covered in this chapter are easy to learn. With a bit of practice, they’ll help you produce even smoother- and more pristine-sounding audio.

We’ll begin with an in-depth look at fades and crossfades. You’ll learn when to use them, and how to create them in Pro Tools. We’ll also look at the Batch Fade feature, which lets you apply multiple fades or crossfades across several regions simultaneously.

Next, we’ll explore repairing audio waveforms. I’ll show you how to quickly locate problematic glitches in your audio waveforms, and how to easily re-shape the waveform with the Pencil tool to eradicate the unwanted noise.

Lastly, we’ll explore silence—that is, Pro Tools’ Strip Silence feature, which removes portions of audio files that fall below a user-defined volume threshold. We’ll sign off with the Insert Silence feature, which lets you add silence to a selected audio region.


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