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    Default setting frequency range

    I am still learning to navigate around audio editing software, audition in particular I am getting the basic idea of it, but I am still at a loss on how to select a particular frequncy range. More specifically how to lower frequecy ranges.

    For example a small piece of audio i am working on to experiment with audio editing has some birds whistling in the background. I want to lower the frequency with the birds on it. Is that possible

    Nessa

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    Default never mind...

    never mind. I found a tutorial which has helped me around this problem. Im not sure if i was the right way to go around it, but it helped.

    In case others need a step-by-step tutorial I found it at

    http://www.harmony-central.com/artic...space_editing/

    Nessa

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    Default never mind...

    never mind. I found a tutorial which has helped me around this problem. Im not sure if i was the right way to go around it, but it helped.

    In case others need a step-by-step tutorial I found it at

    http://www.harmony-central.com/artic...space_editing/

    Nessa

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    Good post. Thanks.

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    EQing is the deal

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