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  1. Bug: macOS Big Sur Multitrack Waveform Display Problems

    Using the 2020 and the Beta release of Audition on macOS Big Sur (I am aware, it's beta software).
    I am seeing the waveforms not render correctly in a multi-track view.
    It's actually almost impossible to work with these waveforms (see attachment).
    The waveforms sometimes jump back to normal when zooming in and out or scrolling or making a cut.
    But I thought I'd report this so people are aware and either not upgrade to Big Sur for now or Adobe can fix it before the public release of Big Sur.

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    6 comments  ·  Multitrack Editor  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  2. Add Strip Silence Feature

    Add a feature similar to Logic Pro X's Strip Silence. Select a track in multitrack, select the new Strip Silence feature, add a few parameters and it cuts out all parts of the track that fall below a certain volume for a certain amount of time. All existing audio stays in the same place (it doesn't ripple delete anything). There are a few features already in Audition that can identify the beginning/end of silence and will place markers, but nothing will auto-delete the silence.

    This is an EXTREMELY useful feature for podcast editing (allow the person to more easily move…

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    23 comments  ·  Multitrack Editor  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Happy to report the engineering team is currently working on this feature and I expect it to be available in public beta builds in the next few weeks. I’ll update when it’s available to test, and the more early feedback we can get, the sooner it’s likely to make it into the main release. Thanks!

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