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    brian commented  · 

    I've had this problem too. My comes as an even bigger issue since I'm using Audition for ADR for a film project and the trimmed clips I'm pulling from come from 20 min ADR sessions. So every time I take a single gasp or word from the clip, the OMF records the entire clip instead of just the trimmed content with handles like in previous versions (despite setting these settings before export).

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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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    brian commented  · 

    I know this might be a bit more complicated, but it would be great if you could also 'collapse' or 'expand' multi-tracks in the same way that in after effects you can nest more complicated projects into other projects. For example, lets say you have a gunshot sfx that consists of three different sound effects combined into one. You could create this gunshot in one multi-track, and then nest that gunshot mulittrack into a larger multi-track anytime that you want to use the gunshot sound. This way, you dont have to keep having 3 layers of sound everytime you want to use one gunshot sound effect. Protools doesnt have anything like this and it could be a game changer, no one would have to sit and make stems all day long.

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    brian commented  · 

    I agree, it would feel nice and clean to go through and pick out what you want and then drop it into the multi-track.

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    brian commented  · 

    To C Van Winkle... Yes, the after effects comps is the same idea as nesting in premiere. Technically i should have said that you 'nest' the comp into a larger composition/

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