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Adobe audition Recording

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Jul 11, 2022 Jul 11, 2022

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1)I wish to record a video track at the same time as two vocal mics and one guitar track. (At the same time)

2)then mess with the effects and levels after,  mabe even add another track or two afterwards

3) using a focurite 8 channel interface

 

Can this be done ??

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Not with Audition, no - it's audio editing software and only handles video as a replay format for post-production purposes. You could probably record like that in Premiere, and then use Audition afterwards to make alterations - this is the way it's designed to work.

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Hi Rupert,

@SteveG_AudioMasters_ is correct 🙂

Conventionly the process is to record the "event" on the camera, video and audio

Record the vocals and mics on some other device(s) ( three tracks here you say )

Sync them up in Premiere using the audio on the camera.

(you could also use a slate for sync for backup)

Push the tracks to Audition if you need something not available in Premiere.

 

Best regards, Euan.

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