From The Focal Easy Guide to Adobe Audition 2.0
The Multitrack View is where you combine multiple audio clips to create a music or sound design work. Video can be placed on its own track, and sound spotted to exact frames along the timeline. Settings for EQ, volume and real-time effects can be accessed, and adjustment can be made to individual tracks.
In this Chapter we will look at the overall functions of the Multitrack View including:
How to open and save sessions
How to arrange clips on the timeline
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