Lesson 7, "Using Audition's built-in Effects" transitions us to working with effects including delays and echos, filters and EQ effects, reverb, modulation, creating sounds from scratch, and how to load effects into the Effects Rack. Here Williams goes through some of them to get you started.
Lesson 8, "Working in Multitrack view" shows you how to get audio into the multitrack view, how to edit clips, and understanding time compression and expansion. He does this by showing how to create a new opener for a podcast as a real-world example.
Lesson 9, "The Mixer Panel" describes how the mixer panel works, how to use automation with it, applying affects, how to lock tracks so you don't inadvertently change something, as well as how to export your mix.
Lesson 10, "Working with Loops" will examine "Loopology," the large library that comes with Audition, that you can use in your mixes. Here he gives you a brief overview of how to put together original compositions by using a mixture of loops.
Lesson 11, "ReWire" is a product that was developed by Propellerheads software that allows two different audio applications to talk to each other using only one sound card. Here you will learn how to setup ReWire to communicate between the products Reason and Audition as well as how to work with the two products in combination.
Lesson 12, "Working with Video" now describes how to import audio from video, how to get video into Audition, cleanup your audio, as well as how to add a sound track to a video.
Lesson 13, "Surround Mixing" begins by introducing you to the Surround sound interface. From there you will learn how to assign track outputs, use pan envelopes to pan sound around within the five channel space, how to preview your mix, as well as exporting it as a multi-channel mix.
Lesson 14, "MIDI" is the predominant method for getting audio signals from electronic devices such as keyboards directly into Audition. In this lesson you will learn about MIDI, the interface, how to set up a VSTi, adding and removing sequencer tracks, and exporting a MIDI file.
Lesson 15, "Automating Tasks" introduces you to scripts so you can perform batch processing operations to speed up tasks. Lesson 16, "Audio Forensics" describes what a forensic engineer does and how to do things like clean up a telephone call and other problems with sound. Lesson 17, "Creating a CD" finishes up with how to prepare your audio for creating and burning a CD.