Given how responsive Adobe was to my request for a silence feature in multitrack view, Ill offer one more plea: Let me and others like me (those who edit audio as part of their work and play, but dont do so as a primary source of income) buy it. When Logic Pro costs $250and you own it free and clearI see little sense in renting Audition for $240 a year. Logic Pro may not have Auditions restoration and cleaning tools, but the purchase of Izotopes $349 RX2 audio repair suite remedies that.
With Audition CS6 I moved to this application for my audio-editing needsusing it to edit and repair difficult podcasts as well as produce the audio for some of my Lynda.com titles. I like a lot of the new features, particularly the Sound Remover tool, the Preview Editor, and the more-flexible multitrack view. Other Audition users will as well. The only thing that will prevent me from using it on into the future is the requirement that I rent rather than own it. Audition is a wonderful tool, but its talents and audience make it an inappropriate choice for subscription-only access.
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