*Please be nice i have a bad eng*
I have a simple question but i found nowehere an answer.
I'll start to make amateur animations, like podcast with characters as you can see on Youtube, and i know audio is important.
I have Audition with my pack so i thought it's maybe a good choice to make basic adjustements.
But i definetly ask myself if it's necessary, or i just can do these adjustements in my microphone program and add it directly in Animate.
My question is : In my level, is Audition is appropriate for me ? Is the software can help me to do audio works easier and faster than just import files in Animate ?
Thanks in advance
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Yeah. Audtion is a great way to do audio for animation. You cooule make your audio clips export them to .mp3 or .wav and bring them into animate and animate to them to your audio.
Adobe audition seems a little intimidating when you open it but once you learn it it's actually pretty easy to use.
Thanks a lot for you answer.
But what is the différence between (for example), Audacity ?
In fact, what is the best way to make animation ?
1. record audio
2. Import audio to animate
3. Create animation based on audio
? 4.Bring animation with audio from Audition ---> to Audition for additionnal sounds ?
Im not clear i'm sorry, i would like to understand why Audition is so pratical.