2 votes0 comments · Cross-Application Workflows » User experience/interface · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Durham Bell shared this idea ·
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2 votes? What purpose does this app serve? Ugggg! Why even have a UserVoice? Nobody reads it, nobody votes, nothing happens. Oh, but Adobe just released another app to try and grab a market that they have no business in. Seriously? The VERY best suggestions in this forum have < 30 votes.
All the while, there are 6 year old bugs in Premier that have 9 pages of responses to the OP which have not been fixed. Get it together guys! If not for the interoperability, nobody would use any of these apps.
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Are you certain that you have Dropbox syncing properly? OneDrive will now allow you to have "online" and "offline" files, the former being only accessible on demand (requiring internet connectivity). When the files are "online only" (again, with OneDrive) the computer downloads them when they are needed and then deletes the file again after utilizing the data, otherwise it is basically just a pointer to a file. My immediate suspicion is that this is a DropBox problem and not an Audition problem (and believe me, I'd pin it on Adobe in a heartbeat).
This is actually a really common feature in other DAWs. I started out on Acid Pro (actually while it was in public beta...Sonic Foundry...memories...) it let you put tracks in folders, so you could fold and unfold them (as you can with code in IDEs), which was invaluable when working on a big mix. This is one of those areas where I feel like Audition was made for people to produce podcasts or voiceovers, and not serious "from the ground up" production and composition. Evidence for this include the 5 votes this feature suggestion has. That's just crazy...unless there is another suggestion elsewhere in the uservoice.
It's really a shame, since Audition has some really unique features that would probably lead some people to it from other DAWs but for the fact that it misses some glaring workflow improvements like this. Seriously...5 votes in 1.5 years? Audition is the only multitrack DAW I can think of that doesn't do this.