By allowing users to be able to choose their chosen record sample rate, such as; 528hz, 432hz, etc. Very disappointing that is not possible.
Currently, according to Adobe, there is no way to change the sample type to a sample rate other than those listed on the pull down list. This is very disappointing and means that if I choose to record audio at 528hz, 432hz, etc., I now will have to go and find another company and software to accomplish this. This is extremely disappointing since I pay for the full professional CC software, and is surprising that Adobe Audition has not been designed to support other and more popular audio sample rates. Will Adobe be changing Adobe Audition to support other sample rates other then the defaulted ones? Thank you.
You can create a new audio file at any arbitrary sample rate you like by clicking the text in the "Sample Rate" box in the new file popup. Please see the attached image for more details. Files recorded at non-standard sample rates should be imported at the same rate, provided the audio file format supports the rate.
However, the actual sample rate that your audio interface feeds samples to Audition (and therefore, the sample rate options in the Audio Hardware preferences) are provided by the audio interface drivers themselves. Most audio devices support a fixed set of sample rates which are required to match in order to communicate between audio device and application. If your audio device is using one sample rate, say 48,000Hz, but your audio file is configured for another, say 528Hz, Audition will interpolate the incoming audio stream of 48,000Hz as 528Hz when writing the sample data to the file. If you're aware of another DAW which supports native communication at non-standard sample rates like you've listed, please let me know and we can investigate further.