Novice user loves using Audition for basic audio clean up and adjustments.
December 20, 2019

Novice user loves using Audition for basic audio clean up and adjustments.

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Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Audition

While I mostly use FCPX for my editing (save for visual FX, where I use Adobe AF), Audition has been a great go-to software for more technical audio editing. FCPX has fairly robust options for audio editing but it doesn't have nearly the capabilities and feature set Audition does.
  • Audio cleanup.
  • Audio EQ.
  • Probably just me (as more of a beginner) but I haven't found an easy way to adjust an effect after it's been applied to a project.
  • GUI, as with all adobe products, is a bit user UNfriendly. Takes getting used to.
  • Better end product.
  • More options for EQ allow me to get a cleaner, better end product in less time.
Again, while I use FCPX for all my video editing (and much of my audio editing), Audition provides a much richer feature set. I know that I've only dipped my big toe into the Audition waters and could learn a lot more if I spent the time in it but my work doesn't currently allow for or necessitate further exploration.
I can't really assess the support that adobe provides for Audition, however I do know that there is a robust community of users that have provided plenty of help and support. I believe that I have availed myself of this community on YouTube when learning about some of Audition's features.

Do you think Adobe Audition delivers good value for the price?

Yes

Are you happy with Adobe Audition's feature set?

Yes

Did Adobe Audition live up to sales and marketing promises?

Yes

Did implementation of Adobe Audition go as expected?

Yes

Would you buy Adobe Audition again?

Yes

I especially like using Adobe for more complicated EQ or audio cleanup. Some of the videos we produce are shot on a webcam and the audio can be...well...less than premium. And the cleanup in FCPX isn't quite enough to get it to a very presentable state. I also like to use it for more robust EQing of a file for certain use cases.