Make Your Audio and Voice Sound Better – Audition CC Tutorial


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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  2. This was extremely helpful to me, just what I had been looking for, for quite a while now. thanks tutvid

  3. Thank you very much for this. For a starter like me simple few steps to bring the vocal to some decent place. 🙂

  4. Well, This was just the best tut I found so far! and iI have been searching for a good one for days! thank you!!!

  5. Thank you so much! I used this as a guide to edit my music last minute and it was an absolute life saver. You da best.

  6. wow excellent tutorial. Im a huge fan of your Photoshop tutorials and have also won international awards in photography competitions and this one is an awesome tutorials.

  7. This tutorial is excellent once again. It is my go-to for audio that I record on my Android Voice Recorder. After applying your recommended enhancements, it sounds like I recorded it in a studio. Thanks again. I will be back.

  8. Ran across this while looking for something else in YT. Some thoughts: boosting the high freqs, yes… this adds air and opens up the voice over. Your caution on being gentle with EQ is great advice. Because, when you compress next, whatever you boosed and cut in the EQ stage is magnified quiet significantly. There is a bit of practice get a feel for how much, but not too much. 🙂 However, by boosting the lows, you makes the VO muddy. This is common when trying to find 'voice of god' tones. Additionally, lowering the mid-range, adds to the mud and decreases the presence of the VO, since the mid frequencies are where the human voice resides. This is all predicted on being able to accurately hear the audio frequencies on playback. Some monitors boost the lows and that typically leads to the editor thinning the audio too much. If you monitors do not pass the lows freqs through, often over boosted low frequencies and muddiness are the result. Lots of way to booger it up. Just wanted to share. I've been producing audio for over 20 years and often, the first step I have to accomplish is overcoming (undoing) someone's preliminary processing. Additionally, I would suggest a person is better served by using the mixer window, and handling these eq and compression bits in that context. It enables you to observe peak levels over the project, and eliminates opening and closing processors a million times. Furthermore, you can save a 'template' session and your workflow is ready at a starting point every time. This is how recording studios set up their sessions, and that's where I learned it. With all of that, I started in radio, where everything was about getting it loud and trying to have the loudest lowest vocal tones ever. This resulted in doing a lot of processing with presets and not actually knowing how to fully utilize the tools to their full capacity. Oh, traditionally if you want to know if your audio is muddy, take it to the car and play it back (not on bluetooth). Car stereo systems traditionally over boost the low and low-mids. If it passes the 'car test,' you're typically gonna be alright everywhere else. Ok, I gotta get back to work. Cheers! -d

  9. Every time I use sound filters in Audition it sounds great until it's uploaded to Vimeo. Then it always sounds distorted.
    Make the original as clean as possible then leave it alone, IMO.

  10. Okay, I got back into making videos recently and having acces to Adobe CC I wanted to clean up my audio a bit and holy crap dude thank you for this! Legit my audio sounds so much better right now and the fact that all of this has a favourite function that you can keybind blew my mind. Awesome short tutorial on Audition.

  11. I did exactly what u describe in this video.but my sound is still inaudible.its audible with headphones

  12. Fantastic job!! Thanks a bunch for not talking about your dog, what you ate for breakfast and what movie you watched last night. You got right to it. Thanks so much!!

  13. It's basically a radio audio compression (or TV commercial). If you were hearing radio and it went to commercial the processed audio is what you expect to hear while driving in your car or whatever. It doesn't sound "better" but it definitely sounds like standardized "best practice" sound, albeit a bit over-the-top to drive home the point. In a crowded room or driving in your car, the processed sound will be much clearer and easier to hear and understand.

  14. Thanks for the tutorial! I will omit the last normalize, I noticed that it will boost up the remaining noise.


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