Adobe Audition

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by rockdrummer027, Apr 2, 2005.

  1. I know adobe isnt exactly the first name that comes to mind when we think of digital audio. It carries a hefty price tag and im sure there are some cheaper programs that are better but say i could get it for $130. Are there any cheaper programs that are any better? I dont have ANYTHING yet and im recording with an sm57 with an xlr-trs cable and a trs to 1/8 phone adapter.
  2. jbeutt

    jbeutt Active Member

    Mar 2, 2005
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    I think Audition is great. Especially for multipurpose. I do movies, music, theater sound design and i think audition is killer. Firstly, it's more intuative and tactile than protools. It also has a really good waveform editor (what cool edit was known for) along with the multitrack. 130 is a great deal. Get it.
    Also, you need a way better interface, not that i'm telling you anything you don't know.
  3. zemlin

    zemlin Well-Known Member

    Sep 4, 2004
    Indianapolis, IN
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    I like Audition. It's what I use for all my mixing.
  4. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    I'm using Audition too, and I love it! I've used Acid, Cubase, and ProTools and I still prefer Audition (although the "Tab to Transient" function in PT is pretty cool).
  5. lucidwaves

    lucidwaves Guest

    Audition is a heavyweight contender in the audio editor category even though its not as well known. It is VERY feature rich, allows for a ton of control and customization, has decent effects included with it and implements all of this in a very intuitive to learn and use interface.
  6. jbeutt

    jbeutt Active Member

    Mar 2, 2005
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    The funny thing is, it's so hard to get people to believe you about audition. They just give you a look.
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