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Is it possible to select a sound and save the selection?

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Nov 19, 2022 Nov 19, 2022

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I'm using Adobe Audition for the analysis of bottlenose dolphins' vocalizations. 

I should look for the vocalizations on the spectrogram view, select them and save the selection, but it seems like it is not possible to save the selection.

To give an example of what I want to do, here you have a capture of my work on Raven:

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In the box below the spectrogram, you can see a table with all the selection I made on the spectrogram and the same frequency values. Is it possible to do something like this on Audition?

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The only thing like this that you can do in Audition uses the Frequency Analysis window, but it won't give you a graph that changes over time. What it will do is give you an instantaneous level vs frequency analysis that, if you right-click on it, can be exported to a spreadsheet. But no, you can't do anything like the stuff in your screengrab with the spectral display I'm afraid.

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