This group, hopefully, will be a good place for members, new and old, to go for answers to problems with recording and editing audio. Although it is basically about Adobe Audition, ANY questions regarding audio recording are welcome.

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Extracting audio from CD's

Started by Dorien Jaye Sep 9, 2013. 0 Replies

 Hi everyone,I'm  AA3.0 user and have same version on HP Pavillion and Toshiba Satelite. Problem is on my Toshiba I cannot extract audio when I drop down File "Extract Audio from CD". Works fine on…Continue


Started by Anthony S. Mack Jul 28, 2013. 0 Replies

Hello AllNew to the Voice Over world. Been Using Adobe Audition For--- EVER coming from radio I used it extensivly to produc my High Energy Club Commercials and Image Radio Stations. I would NOT use…Continue


Started by Skip Orem. Last reply by 1vzhyrwspabzu Feb 12, 2012. 1 Reply

Looking forward to learning more about my favorite audio software.  I use Audition 3.0 on my PC and 5.5 on my MacContinue

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Comment by Eva Lynn Lehman on October 1, 2013 at 9:51pm

I like 3.0 better than the newer versions, they have so many features it is boggling. I do audio synced to video all the time and 3.0 works great. Audition is a great tool.

Comment by Amie Breedlove on August 13, 2013 at 1:21pm

Hi Rob!

Welcome and great to hear Mac likes CS5.5.  I'm thinking of upgrading to a Mac myself.  I use Adobe CS6.

Comment by Rob Leo Hill on August 13, 2013 at 1:06pm

Hey all,

Great to be part of this group.  I am using CS5.5 on my Mac and love it.

Comment by Charlie Donovan on August 22, 2012 at 11:01am

Most free editing programs aren't multi-track-not very helpful if you want to mix. I've used Adobe in radio and 3.0 at home. Frankly, I prefer the older models. Better effects and fewer superfluous bells and whistles. Shop around. You can do better than $349. And DON'T BUY ONE USED!

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Comment by Jupiter De leon on April 12, 2012 at 1:14pm

I love Adobe Audition 3, didnt really like the other versions of cs4 and 5...but i do record on it daily..

Comment by Dee Lester on March 15, 2012 at 8:43am

Abobe 3.0 - every once in a while on playback and occasionally on record - it skips/jumps. Any way to avoid that?

Comment by Paul Christy on February 19, 2012 at 5:32pm

I'm a Pro Tools user, since the 90s, but now have AA 5.5 on my MacBookPro.  I hope to pick up some tips here!  And, I hope to learn to trust Audition to not freeze up mid-audiobook read....

Comment by Moe Rock on February 19, 2012 at 5:29pm

Thanks Mike!

I see that option in there.  I'll have to hook up my chain tomorrow (yes it's USB) and play with it.  It won't let me select it as it's not hooked up right now... however, it shows my M-Audio as a choice from when it WAS hooked in... so that should work just fine. Thanks!

Comment by Mike McGonegal on February 19, 2012 at 4:51pm


  Go into 'edit' and then 'Audio Hardware Setup' (3rd up from the bottom).  From there, you can pick what you want in the 'Audio Driver" drop-down for both the 'edit' and 'multitrack' views.  Since you're using an add-on signal chain (USB I assmue), it should show up as an item separate to "Audition 3.0 Windows Sound".  If not, you'll have to change your input source via Windows Control Panel and leave Audition on the 'windows sound' selection as it will pick up whatever the O/S is using.

Hope this helps some!



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