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How to view spectral frequency in real time?

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Feb 27, 2022 Feb 27, 2022

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Hi there, 

 

For the longest time I've been having an issue with editing my podcast in Adobe Audition 2022, whereas when I'm say adding a noise reduction filter on the effects rack, it does not show in real time what changes are being made, only after I apply the effects rack. Is there any sort of setting I can change to allow this to be the case? The only workaround I see is selecting "preview editor" but that takes about 30 seconds-a minute just to show one change and obviously takes too long. Any solutions? Thanks - Matt 

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Feb 28, 2022 Feb 28, 2022

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The reason that Preview mode is there is that this is the only way to do this. Effects fall into two basic categories; process or real-time. Process effects are defined as ones that require so much processing that they cannot be previewed in real time because of the inevitable delay whilst this happens - nothing is truly instant in computing. This doesn't apply to all effects to a major extent, but would apply to a lot more if they had to include graphics recalculations as well.

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