Audition: Made for Video {part one}

Audition: Made for Video {part one}

I recently wrote an article for ProVideo Coalition where I demonstrate how creating a workflow can save you time and money. What I’ve shared, is the workflow I use when creating episodes of motion+connect. I show how to bring single clips, multiple clips, and complete sequences from Premiere Pro to Adobe Audition – with and without video. We take a look at the roundtrip process of taking audio back into Premiere, and then, the ease of going back and forth between the two applications to make changes, sweeten the audio or master the final audio. To read the article and watch the video tutorials, visit the ProVideo Coalition website...
Audition: Made for Video {part two}

Audition: Made for Video {part two}

In Part Two of Audition: Made for Video we take a look at some of the features in Adobe Audition that we use on a regular basis when producing motion+connect. I cover the Amplitude Statistics panel, Noise Reduction and Restoration features, Spectral Editing, Volume Matching and the Effects Rack. As a bonus, I also demonstrate how you can integrate Apple Logic, bringing your MIDI sequences into Adobe Audition for final mastering. Finally, we take a look at how you can use Audition’s History panel as a way to explore rack effects and other features of Audition – creating your own audio ‘playground’. To read the article and watch the video tutorials, visit the ProVideo Coalition website...
Audition: Made for Video {part three}

Audition: Made for Video {part three}

In Part Three – the final segment of Audition: Made for Video we take an in-depth, step-by-step look at the process of integrating Adobe Audition and Premiere Pro and what the pitfalls are in the current release. Additionally, we ask the questions that need to be asked, and I provide insight as to why the issues and limitations of Audition CS5.5 exist from a technical. To read the article and watch the video tutorials, visit the ProVideo Coalition website...