Sound Editing

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<ul><li> 1. Sound/Audio Editing<br /></li></ul> <p> 2. Sound Editing Programs<br />-digital representations can be easily <br />manipulated using these programs.<br /> 3. Sound Editing Techniques<br /> 4. Trimming<br />-removing deadspot<br />from the beginning<br />and end of a <br />digital recording<br />1<br /> 5. 2<br />Splicing and Assembly<br />-linking separate audio<br />segments together, <br />usually from different <br />files<br /> 6. Volume Adjustments<br />-increasing the loudness<br />or softening the level<br />3<br /> 7. Format Conversion<br />-changing the file format<br />to move audio between<br />computer systems or<br />changing data formatting<br />4<br /> 8. Resampling or Downsampling<br />-changing by reducing the<br />frequency or number of<br />bits used for recording<br />5<br /> 9. Fade-in&amp; Fade-out<br />-increasing or decreasing<br />the volume within a<br />segment of the audio<br />data<br />6<br /> 10. Equalization<br />-used to clean up noise<br />by reducing spikes or<br />levels within the audio<br />data. <br />7<br /> 11. Time Stretching<br />-slowing down or speeding<br />up the sound <br />8<br /> 12. Digital Signal Processing<br />-digitally adding sound<br />effects such as echo,<br />inserting silence or<br />sound level &amp; other<br />effects <br />9<br /> 13. Reversing Sounds<br />-reversing the data stream<br />to play the sound backwards<br />10<br /></p>