How to Delete Parts of a Sound Track in Adobe Soundbooth

Sometimes when we want to edit sound, there’s a large section that adds no substance to the track, and you wish that it wasn’t even there in the first place. Never fear there is a way to get rid of this part of the track!


First,you must open Adobe Sound Booth!

Then go to File, Open, And go to the area of your hard drive or thumb drive that you have stored your sound clips in. Click on the one you wish to edit, and press open!


The track should come up with green audio, in order to remove the part of the unwanted track simply click with the left part of your mouse at the part you wish to start deleting at and then continue to drag until you reach the part you wish to keep.

Go up to the top tool bar, click Edit, and then scroll down until you reach delete.






And the large portion of the Sound clip has just been deleted, it’s as simple as that! Good luck!

-Lindsey Jamieson

~ by lindseyjamieson on October 25, 2011.

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