Mark Smedley

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    Mark Smedley commented  · 

    And if you create a new session with PLAY OVERLAPPING CLIPS then the mixing property tab disappears as soon as you drag audio into the multitrack window hence why if you import an old session from CS6 or before there is no Mixing property. This is just utter stupidity. its a professional tool and professionals like me and others on here rely on the ability to overlap and play clips on the same track

    Mark Smedley commented  · 

    In audition CC It appears when you create a new session and then disappears once the session is created... I like many others on here have thousands of session I go back to and can't now hear overlapping clips and I can't change the session as the option has gone for any existing mix sessions ??? Who on planet earth would think that's a clever new feature... I should have stayed with Adobe CS6 oh no I couldn't because the clips then lag when dragging with latest OS on a Mac

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