Effects channelization allows you to have a custom layout of your effect which may be stored in a preset and used subsequently enabling you to immerse your audience into the project.
For more information, see Effects channelization.
You can now play overlapping clips in Adobe Audition. This feature is available as a session preference.
This record mode allows you to record audio using the punch and roll technique with pre-roll, visual countdown, and Punch Again functionality. If you made a mistake while recording audio, this feature allows you to correct mistakes and continue recording without interruption.
To know more, see Punch and Roll recording.
Quickly zoom to the time range of one or more selected clips using the Zoom menu command. In the Multitrack Editor, choose Zoom > Zoom To Selected Clips.
To know more about zooming and navigating, see Zoom audio in the Editor panel.
You can now auto duck ambience sound for a more seamless editing experience. While working on a project, automatically generate a volume envelope to duck ambience sound behind dialogue, sound effects, or any other audio clip using the Ducking parameter in the Essential Sound panel.
To know more, see Auto-ducking using the essential sound panel.
You can now nudge a clip up and down using keyboard shortcuts. Freely move selected clips without taking your hands away from the keyboard.
|Nudge selected clip up||Alt+up arrow||Option+up arrow|
|Nudge selected clip down||Alt+down arrow||Option+down arrow|
Audition allows you to edit time value and parameter value for a particular keyframe.
To know more, see Enter keyframe manually.