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LEARN MY WORKFLOW FOR EDITING VOICE AND AUDIO IN ADOBE AUDITION! | In this Adobe Audition tutorial, we’ll take a look at creating a preset that will take your audio, strip out background noise, and compress and normalize your audio levels to a great volume level for use online for any audio, film, or video project.

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In this Adobe Audition tutorial, I’ll go over my basic audio process using Adobe Audition to reduce background noise, normalize the levels to boost up the audio level, compress the peaks to help even things out, tweak and reduce background noise a little more, use the equalizer to give the audio some spice, boost the audio level again by normalizing, and then a series of things to limit the audio and compress peaks to get everything where we want it to be and make sure we’re not blowing out the speakers of the people listening to our audio. I hope you enjoy the tutorial!

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48 Replies to “Make Your Audio and Voice Sound Better – Audition CC Tutorial”

  1. 9:51 I understand this is not meant to be a super in depth tutorial that goes into every single aspect of what you're doing, but the Dynamics Processing effect is a bit confusing to me, and I was hoping you (or somebody) could elaborate a tad on what is happening there. Great video though and it'll help get me started! Thanks!

  2. When I saw the order at which you recommend this process done, I knew you weren't going to yield a good result, and I wasn't wring. Dude, how could you apply a hard limiter after normalizing? Just all over the place. You're the fast car driver who I beat everyday in my 20 year old car.

  3. Thank you for this, it's terrific and will improve the quality of my videos.
    I've just subbed and seen that you're on 999k subs! I'm gonna say grats on the 1m preemptively!
    INCREDIBLE (and deserved)

  4. Is it good for recording short files like 1 file 1 word and save it one by one on the computer? I know how to edit the audio in the Premiere Pro, but is it possible to remove all the noise while recording? Thank you.

  5. Great tutorial but your audio quality is still not great. Definitely need a pop filter and you're probably trying to make your voice sound lower and more "sexy" than it probably naturally does. It really comes across and more scratchy.

  6. Really thanks a lot… very descriptive way you taught, I am very beginner on audition, but I made HQ voice, thanks a lot

  7. One question, After finish all steps, and using Video Editing Software (Filmora9) to make a video, usually The decibel (dB) of the audio file will be sat at 0.00 dB, Here, Should I change it or keep it like it is ? Thanks for the video

  8. Wow, this was EXACTLY what I needed for my new Podcast. I'm new to Adobe Audition and this was fantastic. Thank you so much for taking the time to record such an excellent tutorial and uploading this.


    noise reduction 50% -10DB

    normalize -6DB

    noise reduction [light reduction if needed]

    single-band compressor -12DB 4×1

    parametric equalizwe (loudness maximaizer)

    normalize -3DB

    dynamic processing (broadcast limiter)

    hard limiter -6DB

    normalize -3DB

  10. How are you going to make a tutorial titled "Make Your Audio and Voice Sound Better" while not using a pop filter and polluting your track with breath and plosives? Come on, man.

  11. Great video, but man, it would've helped a lot if you had slowed way down. I had to keep pausing to simply keep up with the speed of the each step you were performing.

  12. Hi, I got here to learn something but instead I saw how NOT to edit vocal 🙂 Your voice after your editing sounds worse than before. And despite great mic you should invest in pop filter, because it can make your voice immediately much better without any editing 🙂 It's very hard to call professional a voice with plenty of pops and hufs that are impossible to get rid of in editing. That made me stop watching you after maybe 30 seconds. So maybe you should change the title to just "Audition CC tutorial" 🙂

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