Editing with Adobe Audition 3.0 Terry Daniel shows you how he edits in Adobe Audition 3.0! Related Posts:Terry Daniel's Recording StudioVoice 2010 Interviews Part OneAudio Book TechniquesHow To Audition On Voices.ComThe Art of the Voiceover voiceoveradmin2009-07-06T17:16:49-06:00 20 Comments Jesse Springer July 6 at 8:57 pm Thanks for posting, Terry! Love seeing how other people do their mojo. -Jesse trish bell July 7 at 3:23 pm Thanks for taking the time to do this Terry…”but”..the big “but” here: It would’ve been even greater if you verbalized your actions. i.e :”to clean up the mistake, I click on the zoom bar and highlight….” blah blah blah..it is nice to SEE and HEAR in order to learn all these production tips. I too, use Adobe in my lap top but Pro Tools on my desktop.I am absolutely loving my career in voice overs!!! RadioJinglesVIP July 9 at 8:18 am This is a great video. Thanks for sharing Terry. Mike Jones July 9 at 10:35 am Thank,s for everything Terry, really great info on Adobe 3.0 , Please send me your tutorial on “You send it.com”, Really get Club, Mike Jones, Chicago,Illinois Paul Hernandez October 20 at 11:53 pm Thanks again Terry. I’m still using Adobe 1.5 but hope to upgrade soon. I’ve had a little trouble with this version and windows vista when it comes to using the FX which is why I think I need to upgrade. Thanks again for sharing. Paul Hernandez Jane Ingalls October 27 at 10:34 am Terry, You are a generous soul! Thanks for the tutorials and great leads. Would you please send the link to the “YouSendIt” video? Jane Eric Davis November 23 at 10:25 am Hey Terry.. Great video..I too am still using Adobe 1.5 and will soon upgrade to the 3. My question is, how does one get the studdering effect. I think when it was cool Edit, you could highlight the area and then just loop as many times as you like, I just don’t see that here. Thank you. Eric Mary January 19 at 12:06 pm Terry, I have the DBX pre amp same one that you have or at one point had. However I cannot seam to get the settings set right on that and my mixer. ANy suggestions or help on that? Steve Radentz March 6 at 9:55 pm Could you please send me the link to your “yousendit.com”tutorial? very interested. Just want to say thanks for sharing your time to help some of us new to the biz. I look forward to every new email video you send!! Thanks Terry!! Arlen Chitty April 5 at 9:16 pm Hi! Terry. Thanks for your excellent editing tips. Could you please explain how you access and apply the Adaptive Noise Reduction process on your recording. Thanks. Arlen. David Van Sise September 29 at 10:01 am Hey Terry!, Thanks so much for the tutorial!! I am trying to learn everything I possibly can to do the best voice overs. I would like to ask what is the best Equalization to give the VO it’s “Umph!” you know that real announcer quality? I just got my hands on the trial version of Adobe audition 3.0 and it’s great, but I am still trying to figure out how everything works and where it is to make it Work for me. Can you help me? Thanks! – DVS Dave February 18 at 4:17 am Yeah could you send me a tutorial on the simplest way to get started? Thank’s TB March 13 at 9:36 pm Terry, very helpful. Nice demo. Gina April 4 at 4:09 pm Thanks for the demo Terry! I am enjoying a trial version of 3.0 – but I can’t figure out how to add music to my VO….any ideas? Thank you! Regards, Gina Terry Daniel April 4 at 8:11 pm Hi Gina, Thanks for the nice comments. I am actually going to be creating a training video for the members area on how to do this. Stay tuned. It will be posted soon! :-) Steve Stephens April 18 at 9:08 pm Hi Terry – You sure make things look interesting. I used to book Laser light shows for schools and Colleges. I personally booked over 1400 schools a year all the while talking to three times that many faculty and various entertainment coordinators. I have heard many times from teachers, principals etc. that I had a “pleasant voice” or “should be in radio” which kind of brings me to you. The one question I have is how much opportunity is really out there these days? And how realistic is it for the newby to get started in a reasonable time frame? We all truly respect what you have accomplished and thank you for what you are doing online. I will stay tuned! Terry Daniel April 19 at 7:47 am Hi Steve, There is plenty of opportunity just over the Internet these days. It seems like every business needs a voice for some sort of project. It’s far more realistic to get work a lot sooner that it was about 10 years ago, when we had to send CD’s and tapes out! I’ll get in touch with you. Thanks again for the nice comments. :) boommedia February 20 at 4:34 am Hi terry thanks for posting this..I usually use adobe 1.5 but am slowly getting into adobe 3… Terry Anderson March 8 at 2:43 pm Great job Terry. okonji chuks March 24 at 5:11 am please teach me i want to learn from you. Comments are closed.