From the web site it looks like anyone with CEP 2.1 gets a complimentary DL
of Audition. It appears to have 4500 loops included. CEP did not include any
loops as I recall, but I wasn't paying very good attention.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Aaron Z Snyder" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Thursday, September 04, 2003 12:53 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Adobe Audition
> Andy Kolovos wrote:
> > As a Cool Edit 2000 user I'm apparently eligible for a $99
> > upgrade to Adobe
> > Audition now that Adobe bought Syntrillium's properties. Anyone out
> > had an opportunity to play with Audition?
> I've been a Cool Edit Pro user from versions 1.2 through the last version,
> 2.1. Audition 1.0 is that CEP2.1 with no modifications except for
> CEP2.1 is the editor/processor I choose to use for most of my work.
> going into features (you can find those on the web) I'd have to say it's
> of the best inexpensive editing systems I've seen. For a 99 buck upgrade,
> you can't go wrong, even if you end up later using something else. The
> spectral displays (spectrum vs. time) are outstanding for microsurgical
> procedures -- that is, as long as you have a fast enough processor for
> the extreme-precision displays (non-extreme displays are fine with slower
> computers, and they're quite useful for finding elusive clicks and pops).
> There was a beta 2 version of a burning plug-in which (for me) had some
> attractive features -- in particular, being able to generate countdown
> displays between CD tracks. This plug-in is currently unavailable for
> Audition, and no information is forthcoming as yet about its fate. It
> clear that the CEP beta plug-in will work with Audition; at least I
> figured out how to do it. So far, that's my only disappointment with
> You'll get a lot for just 99 bucks. My advice: go for it!
> Aaron Z