During the week of April 15th, Mark Edward Lewis and the head of Adobe Audition development, Durin Gleaves, headed
to San Francisco, CA to take part in the first Adobe Live event featuring Adobe’s flagship digital audio workstation. On Tuesday through Thursday for two hours straight the two educated thousands of live attendees around the intricacies of both the software and general good recording, mixing and post practices. They were even able to show off several of the incredible capabilities unique to Audition which no other DAW has.
If you missed the live streaming events (which also included streams on After Effects, Premiere Pro and Character Designer), here they are below with a breakdown of generally what each covered.
(setting up and recording in Audition, editing and dialog cleanup)
(Audition native plugins including EQ, Compression, Multi-band compression, De-essing, Stereo enhancement, bussing and Reverb use. Plus a demonstrations of Automatic Speech Alignment)
(large format mixing considerations and examples including Dialog, ambiences, foley, music stems, bussing and organization. Also a demonstrations of Remix and the new capability of Audition to open Premiere projects.)
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