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Adobe Audition

Definition - What does Adobe Audition mean?

Adobe Audition is a digital audio editing program developed by Adobe Systems Inc.

The workstation includes features such as a multitrack, nondestructive mix/edit environment and a non-destructive wave form editor. It was initially developed as a shareware program that includes some cripplewar capabilities.

The program was initially called Cool Edit Pro until Adobe purchased the rights to the 2.0 version from Syntrillium Software in 2003.

Techopedia explains Adobe Audition

Adobe Audition software is a complete multitrack digital audio recorder, mixer and editor for Windows. When used along with a Windows sound card, the program provides a complete digital recording studio experience to the user's computer.

The program offers flexible work flow through its multitrack recording studio and is used in producing music, radio broadcasts, or audio for video. Adobe Audition also supports thousands of royalty-free music loops that can be used to compile songs and soundtracks.

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