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    Hi,
    Generaly I use Audacity for making delays (effect >delay) but I'd like to do itz with Audition pls.
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    Thanks, it looks easy.
    Btw, I always use only one window. What's the utility of more smallers windows?
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  3. The multi track editor allows you to manipulate and edit several tracks in relation to each other such as voice, music and effects. That may not be something you need to do. However, you need to be in multi track mode in order to slide the track around and set your offset. Adobe is pretty flexible about letting you resize your windows as you prefer.
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    Originally Posted by smrpix View Post
    The multi track editor allows you to manipulate and edit several tracks in relation to each other such as voice, music and effects. That may not be something you need to do. However, you need to be in multi track mode in order to slide the track around and set your offset. Adobe is pretty flexible about letting you resize your windows as you prefer.
    Is it the way I should use to add an acapella to an existing beat?
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  5. Originally Posted by erzane View Post

    Is it the way I should use to add an acapella to an existing beat?
    Yes. Instructions are here both for setting up your hardware and recording.
    https://helpx.adobe.com/audition/using/recording-audio.html


    Look at the "Record audio clips in the Multitrack Editor" section.
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    In fact I'd like to add an existing acapella coming from another track, but not from an outside source. I have two .flac files: an instrumental track and an acapella track. I 'd like to merge them to make a remix.
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  7. https://helpx.adobe.com/audition/using/creating-opening-files.html#insert_an_audio_fil...itrack_session

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=D1MosPEVe7Y

    Just create a new empty multi track project.
    Then import the two recordings you have into two different tracks.
    Adjust placement, sync, volume, etc as appropriate.

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    Multitrack is how all modern music is mixed and produced (e.g. Delete tracks for vocals, backing, drums, guitars, etc etc).
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    Ok, I'll try it that way. Thanks!
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