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Chapter 6. Using Effects > Configuring Frequently Used Effects

Configuring Frequently Used Effects

The effects in Adobe Audition's palette are too numerous to walk through the configuration process for each one here. In this section, however, we'll take an in-depth look at three effects (Full Reverb, Graphic Equalizer, and Amplify/Fade). This will accomplish two things: you'll see some of the various methods used in Audition to configure effects, and you'll get a close-up view of three of the effects you're most likely to use on a regular basis.

The Full Reverb effect simulates room reverberation to create the illusion of a sound originating in a particular place in relation to the listener. It offers a high degree of customization; you can specify the dimensions of your imaginary room and tweak the sound further via equalization.


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