Smoke contains a number of powerful tools that allow you to edit, mix, and master your audio. You can perform many of the same editing operations that you use to edit video, such as cutting, trimming, adding dissolves, and creating stereo stracks. A comprehensive set of audio effects tools is available in the timeline and AudioDesk for mixing and mastering your audio.
When working with audio, you can:
- In the clip library, import and export audio files using a variety of formats. See Import: Supported Audio File Formats and Export: Supported Audio File Formats.
- In the timeline, synchronize audio with video, and apply audio dissolves and fades. You can cut, trim, slip, and slide audio tracks separately from video. You can use a variety of audio soft effects such as Modulation, Delay, Reverb, Gain, EQ Filters, Compression, Noise Gate, and Audio Timewarp. You can edit these on the fly while the clip is playing. You can also assign input strips to output strips. You can also assign audio tracks to AudioDesk input strips.
- In the AudioDesk, adjust Gain, Pan, Mute, Phase Shift, and Solo settings for up to 32 individual input strips. You can apply these on the fly while the clip is playing. You can also assign input strips to output strips.
- In the EQ Desk, apply and adjust High Shelf, Mid Notch, Mid Presence, and Low Shelf filters to input strips.
- In the Auxiliary Effects Desk, adjust global settings for the Modulation, Delay, and Reverb Auxiliary Effects.
- In the AudioDesk, adjust the output Gain and Limiting for output strips.
- In most modules you can scrub audio and view the waveforms.