Bring Music Loops back or correct Audition menu/landing page to reflect removal
Apparently Adobe stopped providing music loops for use with Audition. It used to have both sound effects and music loops. The music has been removed. No explanation why, no alert to customers, and the information about them isn't even removed from the Offers page. I had been planning on using these for a project where I cannot afford to purchase stock music and was following tutorials on how to do so, only to discover that Adobe has apparently just stopped offering them. The customer service reps assisting me when I asked, took days in touch with the engineering team to find out what was happening.
The worst part is that Audition and the webpage it links to still act like the music loops exist. The Adobe Audition Help button still reads "Download Sound Effects and More," which is incorrect, as the link goes to a page that ONLY offers sound effects.
The page it links to -
https://www.adobe.com/products/audition/offers/audition_dlc.html - still lists that music loops are available, then doesn't offer them. Only sound effects. So a feature has been removed without users being told, and the Audition program and Adobe site still act like they're there.
Either bring the music loops back as actually listed or remove mention of them from Audition/the page listed above, so Adobe's not providing completely incorrect information to customers.
Steve Garnett commented
The music links are available, but only on Adobe's ftp server, which browsers currently don't support (they did, but this support has been removed from most of them). In order to download them now, you need a dedicated ftp handler. You have to hunt around a bit to find them all but the basic link is ftp://ftp.adobe.com/pub/adobe/audition/ and search from there. This information is correct on 17th November 2021.