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  1. Audio

    Hi. I can't see my WAV file. I can hear it. I can see the spectral display reading of my file. But nothing appears in the wav timeline.

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  2. Select to the end (or beginning) then mouse goes outside the waveform view

    This is a great feature that we used to have on other wave editors back in the 90s.

    When you're selecting a waveform and you drag the mouse below the view (the pink line in the screenshot) the selection of the waveform goes till the end.
    On the contrary, if you're selecting and you move the mouse above the viewport, the selection goes to the beginning.

    The selection is then performed on mouse up if the cursor stays outside.

    This interaction speeds up a lot of operations that involve selecting the beginning or the end without the need of zooming.

    2 votes

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  3. Improve Center Channel Mapping

    In the “Audio Channel Mapping” preferences, allow “File Channel 3 [C]” to be mapped to both left and right outputs so that mono (“center”) channels can be heard through both outputs while playing back in the Waveform Editor. This behavior seems to happen automatically when using the built-in speakers as the Default Output, but changing the Default Output hardware breaks it. The result is that the user is forced to listen to mono signals through either the left or right output, but not both.

    2 votes

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  4. Fix Noise Print Saving

    In the Noise Reduction effect, in order to save a Noise Print, I have to save twice. Currently, saving once does not save the captured Noise Print, and I have lost prints several times because of this bug. Please fix this; thank you.

    2 votes

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  5. BUG: Audio recording scrambled

    The audio got scrambled up after a recording a voice over in the Waveform Editor. Maybe this happened after a crash (and "restore"), maybe not. Basically I was adding to the existing recording, regularly also deleting parts.

    What happens is that throughout the file, parts of audio are repeated like a hanging CD, at that point overwriting the original audio.

    The reason I recorded in the waveform editor was so I didn't have to make a session for only a voice over. That is what I have used the Waveform editor for a lot, for many years, and in my…

    3 votes

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  6. Sync *vertical* zoom level between files

    The waveform viewer supports syncing the zoom between files. But only the horizontal (time) zoom is synced. Can the ability to sync the vertical (level) axis as well be brought back? This used to just work but looks like support was removed at some point. It can be very frustrating when trying to compare two files and zooming in for the details.

    2 votes

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  7. Open and see Favorites sttings

    I would like to be able to see my "Favorites" just like I can see my Presets, so I can see what they actually do; in some cases, it was a while ago that I set them up so I don't t always remember. I know I can save Favorites as presets (painfully, extra work; it would be cool to have a checkbox that would let me optionally save in both places), but I don't use them the same way. I use my Presets for settings I'll want for a long time, and Favorites for effects I either use very…

    3 votes

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  8. I would like History the list my "Favorites" or other descriptive presets, rather than the generic terms like "Parametric Eq"

    See above. The idea is I'd like to know which specific preset I"ve applied, as some of mine are subtly different enough or simply subtle enough that it would be nice to be able to see what I did.

    3 votes

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  9. Retention of Applied Plugin(s) and/or Effect(s)

    User should have the option to (1) close an instantiated plugin/effect/chain instance after applying (this is the current behavior). Or, (2) allow the instantiated plugin/effect/chain to remain active after applying. This would free the user from the need to constantly re-instantiate. One case example would be the use of an EQ instance to apply a surgical high-pass filter to "spot process" consistent plosives throughout a recorded piece. Bypassing the plugin/effect/chain after it's applied without physicilly closing it establishes easy (future) accessibility.

    4 votes

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  10. Video displayed in Waveform Editor

    Re:Video displayed in Wave Editor. When you apply processing - a new audio file is created disassociated from the video. I would prefer option to replace the source audio with processed audio - and export via video pass-thru to prevent re-encoding.

    2 votes

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  11. Fix a bug

    The last two releases have included what I see as a bug. When in PLAY mode, if I "Zoom To Selection" or "Zoom In At In Point" at the beginning of a file, the play head stays in the middle of the window. However (in the last two releases) if I do the same towards the END of the file it zooms to the wrong spot, and I don't see the play head. I'm on build 11.1.0.184.

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  12. Enhance Mix Paste Crossfade Algorithm to Maintain Audio Amplitude

    Premiere Pro has a few different audio crossfades: Constant Power (the default), Constant Gain, and Exponential Fade.

    The algorithm used to crossfade audio in Audition's "Mix Paste" seems similar to Constant Gain, but it would be much more useful to us if we could get something closer to Constant Power

    Steps to hear how this issue affects audio:

    1. Open a file with consistent noise (ambient room tone, waterfall; any noise that has mostly consistent amplitude throughout) or create a new file and generate some noise
    2. Copy a portion of the noise
    3. Mix paste this copied noise atop a different section…
    3 votes

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