Record Using Adobe Audition
Edited by Djinu, Crystal, Eng, Anonymous
You're watching VisiHow. In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how to record in Adobe Audition.
First, we need to make sure that we've set up our system hardware by clicking "Adobe Audition", hovering over "Preferences" and clicking "Audio Hardware".
We need to make sure that we've selected the correct input.
We're using the Yeti Stereo Microphone. Click on "OK".
Right-click on the "Levels" section and click "Meter Input Signal".
This will allow us to monitor our voice as we're speaking, and adjust the gain so that it doesn't go past -6, which is the peak. We don't want to peak at the red area.
Start the recording by clicking the red record button.
Enter the name of the file, set the sample rate (optional), as well as the channels and bit depth (optional), and click "OK".
We can hit the pause button to pause the recording.
Click it again to start recording.
We can also click the record button to start or pause the recording.
We can click the stop button to stop the recording.
Now that we have this audio here, we can bring the play head back to the beginning.
Press the space bar to play the recording.
If we want to record over any spot, we can move the play head to the spot that we want to record over and click the record button.
This is how to record using Adobe Audition.
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Video: Record Using Adobe Audition
Recent edits by: Eng, Crystal, Djinu