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Strange problem with Adobe Audition

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8 years 1 month
Hey guys,

Posting here because I'm out of answers and could use some help. I'll try to keep it as short as I can.

I've been running XP on the DAW I built 10 years ago with nary a problem. Rock solid. I have a $1,000 software licence on it from AudioTX that I will lose if I change any hardware, like the HD or MoBo - so that's why the unit is so old.

cant record correctly in adobe audition

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8 years 9 months
Hi, I am running audition on a laptop with windows 7 and a realtek audio card, when I record with windows 3.0, the sound fades out and in constantly and has latency, when using asio4all, I get a very loud background hiss, and when using realtek asio, it says my device is unavailable, what should I do?

Mixing Live Recorded Drums in Adobe Audition

Member for

9 years 2 months
Hi Folks,

I know peeps here aren't HUGE into Adobe Audition, but I use CS6 and love it. Just wondering if any of you could throw some tips/tricks my way on what kind of mixing techniques or effects you use on snare/bass/overhead condenser for symbols, etc.

Thanks in advance!

Zoom R16 Adobe Audition CS5.5

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9 years 11 months
Previously, I was using my Tascam US-1641 as an interface for my computer to record various projects. My only issue with the Tascam was that I hated adjusting the volume of the audio using the knobs on the interface. I picked up a used Zoom R16 because I liked the idea of using the sliders as opposed to the knobs to adjust the volume of a recording input. The only issue is that the sliders do not adjust the volume of the sound from within Audition (during recording). Is this possible? Am I missing something obvious?

multiple instruments recording simultaneously with Adobe audition

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10 years 2 months
Hi all,
I need to record vocal and piano live, both tracks at the same time. I have an external soundcard (EMU 0404) which has only 2 inputs, which means that both vocal and piano is mono. so I thought to connect the soundcard to the mixer and I plugged the mic and the keyboard to the mixer. In Adobe audition this time if I press the record button in 2 tracks, both tracks record both instruments. Could anyone help me what I need to change in the settings or connections so that the software could separate the channels in the mixer, so both piano and vocal would be separated?

Adobe Audition CS5.5 and M-Audio Keystudio Midi help

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10 years 5 months
I need help. I bought these two items because I thought they looked easy to use. Problem is I can't seem to figure out how to access the Midi Keyboard through Audition CS5.5. I'm trying to create a podcast and I have a few nerd video game music mashups i wish to work on this summer. can anyone help me please? :confused:

Adobe Audition CS 5.5

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13 years 8 months
Well, the new version is out after a five year wait. As Audition is my main DAW I went ahead and purchased the upgrade and standalone while it was cheap. Academic pricing is pretty decent too.

My first impressions are that the code rewrite is very spiffy. A lot of the sluggishness of 3.01 is gone. My recording season is done until the fall baring some new project springing up so I haven't had a chance to compare it with Reaper's speed yet. Initially, I think it is very close and I'm able to run it on my many-use machine without any glitches at all.

Help with adobe audition dry tracks

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21 years 2 months
Alright heres the deal, my band has started the recording process, and we are new to this, but not new to the point where we dont know anything were doing. Were recording with an Audio-Technica condeser special edition mic and a digital interface so that we have a good sound card, and we are using adobe audition.