Designed mainly for recording and editing live sound, Audition lets you easily remove background noise, sync with video, and adjust pitch. If you're already an Adobe user, the familiar layout and tools will make your transition to digital audio a smooth one.

Record live sounds (like vocals or acoustic guitar) and digital instruments (use our keyboard or your own MIDI device). To get started with Adobe Audition, follow the video overview above or check out the links below.



Reference Guide (PDF)
Adobe's official manual, leading you from the science of soundwaves to exporting your finished file.

Learning & Support
The main training centre for beginners and experts.

Gale Courses

Get a Certificate in Podcasting! Use your MPL card to enroll and take the course for free!

Quick Start Guide
12-part series to get you up and running.

Next Steps
Intermediate how-to's for the next-level editing phase.

Adobe Tutorials
Detailed series on layout, key tasks, and special effects.

How? Where? Why?

Check these user spaces for answers to your specific questions:
Audition Wiki -- Answers from other Adobe users and professionals.

Adobe Community Forum -- Get answers from the Audition world (professionals, enthusiasts and fellow beginners), or search existing topics for solutions already discovered. 

Free Downloads

Get a 30-day free trial! (You can finish what you started in-studio

Listen, download or remix these songs, beats, and sounds (just check the Creative Commons CC licenses first)

ccMixter -- Samples, a cappellas, instrumentals, and radio-ready tunes for your audio projects.

Free Music Archive -- Search by genre or use (like 'Music for Video').