Two super important tools to have when it comes to recording music is your BPM & Autotune. Adobe Audition has both. To set your bpm your gonna wanna click the "Toggle Metronome" which is located right above "Track 1". You'll see three square little buttons, look for the little Metronome picture on the left of the 3."Toggle Snapping" is on the right, it looks like a little magnet, you should always have this clicked in, it will help you when you move tracks around & make easier to line tracks up. "Toggle Global Clip Stretching" which is in the middle of the 3 buttons. This allows you to stretch your clips. Say you didn't sing a note long enough & you wanna make it longer, you can stretch the clip longer to get your desired length. Then you have your "Toggle Metronome" on the left. If you click this in the track will open up & allow you to set the bpm for your session. You can also edit the sound & pattern of the metronome if you like, go up to multitrack up top between "Edit" & "Clip" & scroll down to metronome, here you can edit the sound & pattern of the metronome. For your Autotune. First off I have to say, I love Adobes autotune, even more then majority of the big name autotune plugins out there. Solid effect! Once you have your vocal recording recording go over to your track effects on the left, click one of the little arrow that bring you into your effects, scroll down to "Time and Pitch" then click "Automatic Pitch Correction". Here is your auto-tune. When using your autotune make sure the key is in the same key as the beat or else its gonna be off & sound weird. If you don't know the key you can ask your producer, you can also look in the description of where you purchased your beat from, most producers put it in there, if not...here is a website that will help you find the key - https://tunebat.com/Analyzer - drag your beat in & it will tell you the key of the beat. Now this is not always 100% but majority of the time it is. There's also other websites out there like this one you can look up to double check if you like, just google "Find the key to beat".