I have been a user of Cool Edit Pro and Audition on a PC for at least ten years. I am so glad this is coming to the MAC platform.
I usually use Cool Edit Pro for editing on my PC and my goal is to move completely to my Mac once this program is released.
I am curious if there is a way to fade in/out to and from a specific dB that I specify???
To elaborate, in Cool Edit Pro I can go into the Amplitude dropdown menu and select "Fade In" and it would allow me to physically type in the start and end values in dB for what I wanted to fade in and fade out. For example, I could apply a fade from -6dB to -3dB over a period of time that I highlight.
It seems on this beta for Mac that when you go to fade In/Out it just does a preset fade. Is there a way around that? I like having the option to specify exactly the values i want.
i mainly use this feature when editing live audio recordings made when there is a slight level adjustment on the fly that I need to correct in post.
Hopefully this makes sense.
If this feature is not going to be available on Audition for Mac, can someone explain to me how I could accomplish this in Audition? Someone once told me ababout volume envelopes...but I'm not sure that will do the exact thing I am looking to do. I have no idea how to use envelopes either.
Thanks for any help!
Under Effects/Amplitude and Compression you now have the Volume Envelope effect which, in a similar way to envelopes in Multitrack view, allows you to draw your fade on the waveform. Unfortunately though, at the moment, it only shows the lavel as percentage so you have to do your own conversion to and from dBs.