Five months ago
we saw a first video of Adobe Audition for OS X. Today, Adobe released the first public beta for the software, which is based on a new architecture capable of editing both single files and multi-track mixes.
The OS X version of Audition offers a new engine with improved performances, and seems to be geared towards the broadcast and audio post-production market.
From the official beta page:
Adobe Audition for Mac offers:
Fast start-up, high performance multi-threaded processing, and parallel workflows
Powerful audio editing and multitrack mixing views
Superior noise reduction capabilities
Native 5.1 Surround support and multi-channel effects, plus other new effects
Optimized audio post-production workflows
You can go download Audition for Mac beta
here. [hat tip to The Loop]
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