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Adobe Soundbooth - How To Re-Record (Microphone) A Sub-Section of A Recording

RE: Adobe Soudbooth CS5:

Objective:

I record narratives for videos and other things via microphone (i.e. not by combining existing audio files). I often want to re-record a small part of a larger recording to correct defects in that segement of the recording.

This is an easy matter with the low-cost system I have been using (Wavepad by NCH).

I simply highlight the segment I want to replace, begin recording, and when I save the new recording, the target segment (original segment) of the full recording has been replaced by the new re-recording.

I want to do the same in Soundbooth. I suppose I could accmplish this by starting a new replacement recording, save it to file, highlight the segment I want to replace in the original recording, and then paste in the new file I just created.

However, I can't believe that all of this is necessary to replace a second or so of the original recording.

I need help from an expert to figure out how to do this more efficiently than what I just decribed (assuming that it is, indeed, possible).

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## Platform

Adobe Soundbooth CS5 for PC

Habilidades: Vale Tudo, Treinamento

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( 182 comentários ) Newport Beach, United States

ID do Projeto: #2991851