Whether you’re looking to secure intro music for your podcast, teleconference, video project or audiobook, or you’re looking to create a high quality production of your own, enlisting the aid of royalty-free music, loops and samples will get you where you need to go in the shortest amount of time possible.
In today’s post I have created a short, easy-to-use tutorial on using Adobe Audition to open, convert and save WAV files in the MP3 format. I won’t be getting super technical, nor will I be exploring any advanced features, although this software is packed with them!
In today’s post I will share with you a VERY easy way to bring down the highest points of your audio, re-render the track and boost the amplitude as much as possible without creating distortion (clipping).
Out of the many different areas of interest we blog about on a regular basis, it is interesting to see which articles made the Top 10, essentially all of which also made our recent Top 10 Audacity Tutorials of 2012, but one stood out much farther than the rest…