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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Adobe Audion CS6 Effects 2015 Review

Effects, also called signal processors, can “sweeten” audio as well as fix problems (such as too much treble or bass). They are the audio equivalent of video effects, like contrast, sharpen, color balance, light rays, pixelate, and so on. In fact, sometimes audio engineers even use similar terms, like Adobe Audition includes a wide range of effects. Most can work with the Waveform and Multitrack Editors, but some are available only in the Waveform Editor. There are three main ways of working with effects, which are available in the Waveform and Multitrack Editors.
“brightness,” to describe increased treble.
 • The Effects Rack allows you to create a chain of up to 16 effects, which you can enable or disable independently. You can add, delete, replace, or reorder effects. The Effects Rack is the most flexible way of working with effects.
The Effects menu allows you to select an individual effect from the Effects menu bar and apply it to whatever audio is selected. When you need to apply only one specific effect, using this menu is quicker than using the Effects Rack. Some effects are available in the Effects menu that are not available in the Effects Rack.
The Favorites menu is the quickest but least flexible way to work with effects. If you come up with a particularly useful effects setting, you can save it as a Favorite preset. The preset is then added to the list of Favorites you can access with the Favorites menu. Selecting it applies that preset instantly to whatever audio is selected; you cannot change any parameter values before applying the effect. This lesson initially covers using the Effects Rack, which introduces the majority of effects. The second section covers the Effects menu and discusses the remaining effects that are available only via the Effects menu. The final section describes how to work with presets, including Favorites.
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