Erik Naumann

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    13 comments  ·  Audition » Multitrack Editor  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Erik Naumann commented  · 

    @jordan storer - what do you mean exactly? in Audition you can go to the input drop-down menu on each track you want to select which input on your interface/mixerboard it corresponds to. you can do the same with outputs, in the dropdown menu under the input menu. if you want to save how you set each channel with your interface, you can just save the session as a template for future projects using the same interface/board.

    or are you referring to something different?

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    Unfortunately, I need to change the status of this feature request. While we anticipated being able to share the new Projects feature in our Public Beta release, for which Bins were a component, the realities of the pandemic and related business priorities required the Audition team to focus efforts on other ongoing projects. At this time, I cannot provide an estimated date when Bins or related organizational features may be introduced to the Audition session format.

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    Erik Naumann commented  · 

    I agree with you, but I really don't see Adobe making changes to their model any time soon, if ever. They're making plenty of money as it is, and I'm sure they are expanding and growing with that steady income in mind, so offering perpetual licenses could significantly hurt that flow. Although I could see a lot of on-the-fencers finally going in on Adobe if that option existed.

    Regardless, if Audition is something you only use very sparingly, but yet you still pay for it, if I were you I would just switch to something else entirely. Frankly the only way you'll really get Adobe's attention these days is with your wallet, so if you strongly about it, switch to another DAW.

    You didn't mention specifically what features you use in Audition, but something like Reaper is infinitely cheaper and has identical functionality - you will just need to learn the interface and take time becoming familiar with it. You can even import a video track to edit audio to video. I've been considering making that specific switch myself, but lately I've been getting a lot of work in and its difficult to make a significant change in workflow in the middle of a project. When things slow down though I think I may finally figure it out and switch for good.

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