Digital Audio Editing Linear vs. Non-Linear Editing Basic Terminology Transitions Editing Speech, SFX, Music Listening Fatigue

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  • Slide 1
  • Digital Audio Editing Linear vs. Non-Linear Editing Basic Terminology Transitions Editing Speech, SFX, Music Listening Fatigue
  • Slide 2
  • Linear vs Non-Linear editing Linear In time sequence Cutting and splicing tape Non-Linear Digitally recorded Sequenced out of order
  • Slide 3
  • Digital Editing Terminology AIFF (mac) or WAV (pc) or MP3 Storage: ZipJazCDDVD One minute stereo audio= 10mb Waveform Scrubbing
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  • Transitions Segue and Cut Crossfade Fade In/Fade Out Creates pace and time references
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  • Editing Speech ID sounds that make up words Edit dissimilar sound Emphasis and Inflection Ambience
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  • Editing SFX Cut close to first point of sound as possible Most sounds have natural decay When sound has definitive end, better to synch to end point
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  • Editing Music Cutting to resolution Preserving tempo Repetitive measures Key signatures Style and texture
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  • Listening Fatigue Long periods of editing can reduce ability to perceive or remember the details Take regular Ear Breaks!
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  • Adobe Audition- Edit View
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  • Adobe Audition- Multi-Track View
  • Slide 11
  • Adobe Audition- CD View