Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Audition
I started working for the radio some 15 years ago and started using Adobe Audition since then. We still use it and get most of our work done through audition. Primarily, it is used for audio recording but we do all sorts of things audio-related with it. We have 4 stations in all major cities and Adobe Audition is used across the whole organization. Recording, editing, noise reduction, mastering, and post-productions - Adobe takes care of everything.
- Adobe is excellent to record high-quality voice and supports many different file formats for rendering.
- Adobe's noise/hiss reduction is simply great. I have worked with terrible recordings and it wouldn't have been possible without Adobe. Love it.
- Built-in adobe audition effects and support for VST plug-in are wonderful to use.
- I'm not sure but maybe it should also introduce the video rendering option.
- Basically, I don't have anything to complain about as Adobe Audition does a really good job for us.
- Audio recording and editing.
- Mp3 and Wav formats.
- Noise reduction and reverb.
- Voice overs are my bread 'n' butter and Adobe Audition is the main player in making all of this possible.
- It's definitely a good investment and it gives a good return on that investment.
- For radio, it's a must-have.
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It is best suited for radio stations and TVs, media/production houses, and also for voice-over artists. In fact, it's is a basic need of every Vo artist. I will give full credit to Adobe Audition for enabling me to record my voice for radio, commercial ads, documentaries, and jingles.