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Chapter 3. Recording Sound > Recording Audio

Recording Audio

Digitizing and storing audio is one of the core capabilities of Audition. You can connect microphones, musical instruments, tape decks, turntables, and just about anything else capable of transferring music to the Line In jack of your sound card for recording in Audition. You can record in either Edit or Multitrack view, and you can specify sampling rate, bit depth, and resolution to suit your equipment and the way you want your audio output to sound.

Audition also offers Timed-Record mode, which allows you to specify a maximum time for recording or to set Audition to record and stop recording at a particular time, as with a VCR.


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