Cutting and Editing Sound on Adobe Audition




Editing sound on Adobe Audition can be very simple following these steps.

Begin by creating a new audio file

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Insert the sound file you want to edit (in mp3 format)

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Use your mouse to place the red tracker at the start of the sound you want to deleteScreenshot 2014-04-09 13.03.53

Use your mouse to highlight the length of the sound you want to delete and click the delete button on your keyboard.

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~ by avelinbabel on April 9, 2014.

6 Responses to “Cutting and Editing Sound on Adobe Audition”

  1. Your simplicity lets the reader learn through the images you post. Your language strategy is simply to present and connect the dots between each picture and let the images do the explaining.

  2. Your post is focused mostly on the images and uses the text to guide readers through looking at the images. Clear and to the point.

  3. Text was used minimally, which worked given that the images backed up the directions being given. It would be more difficult for the reader with more text because the subject matter would lend itself to dense writing.

  4. Hey! I think that your language is simplistic and easy-to-follow, but that you should be careful to be more clear when explaining what you mean by “edit” because I was confused about what to expect from the rest of the post. The images nicely supplemented your text.

  5. Your post is very simple and easy to follow as others have said, but slightly larger pictures would be helpful to illustrate your process and your point. The language, however, is well done because it is so easy to understand.

  6. Very clear & easy to follow. Text helps to preview the images nicely

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