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Chapter 5. Editing Sound

Chapter 5. Editing Sound

Once you have an audio file open in Audition's Edit view, you'll likely want to edit it to suit your needs. The possibilities are numerous. You may want to trim silence from the beginning or end (or even the middle) of your file, or you may want to adjust the sample or bit rate. You may want to cut or copy clips for use in other Audition files or even in other audio or video applications. Audition makes editing your audio files easy.

In this chapter, I'll discuss the various ways you can view, mark, and select the audio you want to edit. I'll cover the selection techniques Audition offers, as well as the zooming, marking, and snapping tools that are available. I'll also describe techniques for cutting, copying, pasting, and deleting audio and for inserting or removing silence from a waveform. And I'll explain how to use Audition to change a file's sample or bit rate and convert a waveform from mono to stereo (and vice versa).


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