Hi Everyone, I'm new to digital audio and I did the lynda.com audition cs6 training. What I'm trying to figure is the proper order to edit an audio file. So far I have this -- can someone please let me know if it's in the ballpark? FWIW I'm editing the voice tracks for my screencasts. I record them with a samson C01U directly into audition cs6 at 44.1K/stereo/32 (float). 1. Clip out the umms, page turns and do overs. 2. normalize the amplitude to - 0.1 db. (favorites drop down) 3. remove the hiss (effects -> reduction -> hiss process). Is this the correct order? My goal is simply to have an even, crisp sound. And remember I'm totally new to digital audio. Thank you.