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Learn How to Work with the Scrub Tool in Adobe Production Studio
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Now, let us just take a quick look at some of the other things that you are going to need to know inside of Adobe Audition before we start creating our soundtrack.
Let us take a look at the toolbar at the upper left hand corner. Now by default, you can see that the move/copy click tool is selected, and that is the tool that we are going to be using mostly here in our exercise. But, let us also take a quick look at the new scrub tool, and that is the tool directly to the right, and of course, you will see the tool tips pop up right here whenever you hover you mouse over a tool.
So, go ahead and click right here on the scrub tool, and now, let us go right down below it the main panel. So, go ahead down to where it says Main and click on that because you actually have to be in the main panel or in the edit view to use the scrub tool.
Now, what I would like you to do is just go ahead and put your cursor right over the first audio track right of this screen space, you can see now my cursor changes to a little audio icon. So now, go ahead and hold your mouse button down and start dragging to the right.
Now, go ahead and release your mouse button.
So you can see, once you start dragging to the right, the track starts playing back slowly and as you drag further to the right, it goes all the way up to top speed.
Now, there is other way of using the scrub tool to give you even more variable speed and it also makes it more accurate to find edit points, and you do this holding down the Alt key on your keyboard. So, go ahead and hold down the Alt key, move you mouse back to the current time indicator here on the left, and now with the Alt key depress, go ahead and hold down your mouse button and start dragging to the right.
Now, go ahead release your mouse button. So what happen there is that the further you move your mouse to the right, the faster the clip plays and it even goes faster than the real time all the way to where its playing two or three times real-time speed. And again, this is very useful for searching.
Now, this also works when you scrub to the left. So, let us go really quickly and grab the current time indicator. So, bring your mouse over to the current time indicator or CTI, let us grab this little yellow triangle, hold down your mouse and drag it to the right,
And of course you can see as we do this, you will also get that real-time scrubbing, and now go ahead hold down the Alt key on your keyboard, hold your mouse over any of the tracks here. So, let us just do the top track here, that little green space. And now with your Alt key held down, hold down you mouse button and drag to the left.
Now, drag to the right.
And go ahead and release your mouse button.
This is what is called rocking the real style scrubbing. It is very similar to the old school method of using reel to reel tape to find edit points on reel to reel tape. You would literally rock the reels back and forth and this is a way to simulate that here in Audition 2.0.
One more quick thing we will cover here, here in the lower left hand corner of the interface, you are going to see the transport controls and these are your typical play, fast forward, rewind, and most importantly over here on the right, loop button because if you wanted to say loop over a certain portion of audio to make any changes, you can use that here. And then up here in the center right of the interface is the files panel and you can see all the various files here that comprised our session.
So, this is just a quick introduction to so of the tools inside of Audition 2.0. In the next lesson, we are going to take this knowledge further and start to build the soundtrack bed for our promo.