The Adobe® Audition® 3.0.1 patch addresses a number of issues found after the release of Adobe Audition 3 and improves the overall stability and reliability of the application. See Additional Notes for a full list of changes.
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You need to have Adobe Audition 3 installed on your machine in order for this patch to run.
See the current system requirements for Adobe Audition 3.
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Note: To avoid deletion of user-created effect presets, make sure that DirectX Effects are disabled before installing this patch.
1. Launch Adobe Audition 3 in Edit View.
2. Go to Effects > Disable DirectX Effects (If the menu item says "Enable DirectX Effects," close Adobe Audition and proceed to step 4).
3. After DirectX Effects have been disabled, close Adobe Audition 3.
4. Extract the downloaded .zip file to a temporary location.
5. Run "Adobe Audition 3.0.1 Patch Setup.exe" and follow the onscreen installation instructions.
Changes in Adobe Audition 3.0.1:
Spectral tools no longer crash machines with more than four CPU cores.
The Graphic Phase Shifter effect has been reenabled.
Performance while recording MIDI data has been improved.
The Sequencer will now record MIDI data even if the panel is closed.
Adobe Audition will now launch on Windows Vista® systems where the My Documents folder was moved from the default location.
The application will now ignore Windows "Locale" settings to format decimal data in comma-delimited XML settings files.
A Healing Brush crash issue has been addressed.
Crossfades are no longer incorrectly added to grouped clips when overlapped with non-grouped clips.
Invalid crossfades will no longer be added to the end of a previously trimmed clip after enabling or disabling looping.
Invalid crossfades for clips after enabling non-session tempo-based looping have been addressed.
Dragging crossfaded clips onto the master track no longer creates two additional tracks and an error in the crossfades.
Inserting MIDI from the Files panel would cause the application to hang in Edit mode for an audio file whose sample rate didn't match the session.
Several scenarios where crossfade changes could corrupt a session were addressed.
Closing a session without exiting the rewire app no longer causes Adobe Audition to save a blank session.
Undo no longer becomes disabled after undoing the creation of unique copies of two crossfaded clips.
Crossfaded clips no longer disappear after undoing move clips.
Canceling VST scan no longer causes Adobe Audition to become unstable.
If a selection existed, a full session mixdown would only process MIDI data through the end of the selection.
The Open MIDI dialog box was not completely modal and could cause a crash.
MIDI Host had problems with some Spectrasonics VSTi instruments, where it wouldn't show the entire UI.
CD burning would sometimes create a corrupted disk but still report a successful burn.
Applying the Clip/Pop Eliminator no longer crashes the application.
Crash recovery is now more reliable when using Auto-Save For Recovery.
When the application detects the possible saving failure that causes a corrupted session, a warning dialog box now appears so users can retry the save.
Transport controls are no longer disabled if a new session is opened without closing the existing session.
Crossfades will now retain their original shape when clips are moved and the session is reopened.
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