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Video shows Adobe Audition running on a Mac

updated 06:45 pm EDT, Fri June 4, 2010

Menus appear to be Mac-native

A YouTube video appears to show an unannounced version of Adobe Audition running on a Mac. Although a VMware icon can be seen on the OS X menu bar, the software does not appear to be running through virtualization software. As the user navigates through the interface, the menus show Mac-native design rather than the Windows layout.

Audition is a digital audio editor similar to Apple's Logic offerings. The software can be used for mixing, editing, recording, or mastering. Users have access to several music-oriented features, such as VSTi support, that are not offered in Adobe's Soundbooth software.

Adobe has yet to announce plans to make a Mac version of Audition. The last major update was released three years ago.




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  1. bigpoppa206

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -1

    Well, considering Adobe Audition...

    has been dead for years replaced by Adobe Soundbooth, it probably is running inside VMWare.

  1. tsmelker

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +3

    Big deal...

    If you're using the best editing suite in the world for the Mac- Final Cut Studio- you're already using Soundtrack Pro, so what's the point?

  1. herojig

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +4

    Professionals use ProTools or Logic...we do!

    Both Audition, Soundbooth, and Soundtrack Pro are toys when compared to Protools. But at least Soundtrack Pro is usable in a pinch and when on the road. The Adobe offerings are just a joke. Remember, the basis for their code is CoolEdit, which used to be a free barebones audio editor (and not bad for what it was). Now Adobe Soundbooth is just an overbloated version of that.

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