Adobe Audition: How does it measure up?

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by SageInsight, Jun 28, 2005.

  1. SageInsight

    SageInsight Guest

    I have been using Adobe Audition (formerly Cool Edit) for recording and editing. I have become decently efficient at using it, and it gets done pretty much everything I need it to.

    However, I rarely see it mentioned on these boards. I was wondering how it measures up to other digital multitracking / editing programs, and if there is a reason that not too many people seem to use it?
  2. axel

    axel Guest

    i can only speak for myself... to name it in short - it's by far to simple...

    i am into logic... super strong midi (which is important in my case!) and great audio, too. lots of very decent plugs and instruments, very good customizeable keyboard shortcut support, for ultra quick workflow...etc etc. (but i think they added that in 1.5 of audition)

    and i find it often in "pro enviroments" which is a reason for me too, to use it. as i am often use different facilities... (and pro tools, of course... )

  3. huub

    huub Guest

    As an editor, I love it..
    It's pretty much a standard editing program for lots of radio stations..
    For multitrack it's certainly not ideal, but hey, if it works for you..

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