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PC Audio Editing with Adobe Audition 2.0 by Roger Derry

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13

Making programmes: acquiring material

13.1 Responsibilities

All the equipment, bells, whistles and toys are of no use whatsoever unless there is something worthwhile to record, something your listeners will want to hear. Acquiring that material is the first task.

At the more complex level, you may be editing something that has been put together in a studio, or maybe a recording of a live event. In the context of this book, this means that the recording has already been done; you are presented with a stereo mix on analog tape, a DAT or even a multitrack mix on an eight-track video cassette-based digital multitrack; it may even be on a removable hard disk or a flash card.

If you have a suitable sound card then you may be making the original ...

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