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It’s official! Adobe Audition is coming to the Mac!

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By Michelle Gallina | June 23, 2010

Today on Adobe Labs, Adobe announced that Adobe® Audition®, the all-in-one professional audio toolset for recording, mixing, editing and mastering, is planned to come to the Mac in a future release. Adobe Audition for the Mac will offer a flexible audio editing environment for fine-tuning single files or creating multi-track mixes. It will also deliver sophisticated audio restoration tools, enabling users to quickly transform problem recordings into usable soundtracks. Audio editors and video professionals will now have more choices for audio production, with Adobe Audition available on either PC or Mac platforms. Adobe encourages creative professionals to sign up to be notified when the beta is available so they can test some of the new features and provide the product team with their feedback.

Key innovations in Adobe Audition for the Mac include native multi-channel support for 5.1 surround sound for professional results, noise reduction and restoration capabilities and new audio effects including de-hummer, de-esser, and volume leveler. All of these capabilities are planned to come to Mac users in the next release of Adobe's comprehensive professional audio editing tool.

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Comments

Rob: | June, 24, 2010

I didn’t know it wasn’t on the Mac. Here’s I’ve been thinking about getting Premier Pro Creative Suite for the Mac. What other parts of the bundle don’t run on the Mac?

Michelle Gallina: | June, 25, 2010

Soundbooth CS5 is the audio tool in CS5 Production Premium. It’s on both Mac and Windows. Audition is not part of the suite.

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