I am a radiuomaker from the Netherlands. For years I've been using my Adobe Audition 1.5 for mastering my endmixes. I always use the setting "powerdums" under "effects" - "amplitude" - "dynamics processing".
Currently I am switching to the Mac and Audition 1.5 is windows based only. Adobe has a got a fairly new program (Soundbooth) which has some limitations (only one track editing).
The other possibilities with this program are good enough for me so I kind a like the program and are ready to buy it. I am currently running the demo version (free trial for 30 days).
I wonder how I can use the same setiings of the powerdums in Audition 1.5 in Soundbooth. The problem is that the parameters are different.
In Soundbooth you have the standard limiter/compressor/gate settings with the well known parameters. Auditions 1.5 seems to be different.
Just listen - Do what the mix tells you to do. If you find yourself using the same settings all the time, find out what the mixes are lacking and fix it.
You may have to resort to writing down the settings for each parameter and then manually entering them into Soundbooth's compressor. Soundbooth is based on Audition 2 code, as far as I can see, and the method of storing presets changed completely between Audition 1.5 and Audition 2.