2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 9, 2010 8:19 AM by Jay Asher Music

    Looking forward to this but:

    Jay Asher Music

      Although I am the author of 2 books on Logic Pro, I have long admired Adobe Audition as a mixing app. The mixer looks like a mixer should look and the functionality seems very  intuitive.

      I have 2 issues that strike me immediately. Is  this  truly only 32 bit? Why in this day and age would any company release a new mix app for the Mac that is not  64 bit? It makes no sense to me.

      Secondly, Audition does not seem to see my AUs.



      author of "Going Pro With Logic  Pro 9"

        • 1. Re: Looking forward to this but:
          Charles VW Adobe Employee

          Thanks for your feedback Jay,


          Regarding your AU effects, we don't scan them on launch.  This helps keep the launch time fast for people that don't use them, and prevents blindly scanning plug-ins that may be unstable on launch.  If you look in the Effects Menu, you'll see a command for Effects > Audio Plug-In Manager... and you should be able to scan them there.  After that, they should be available on each launch.  Below is a screenshot of the dialog after scanning.


          Screen shot 2010-11-09 at 8.08.33 AM.png

          • 2. Re: Looking forward to this but:
            Jay Asher Music Level 1

            Yes I figured that out but my 1kMultimedia AU plugs seem to keep crashing Audition. They do not crash Logic Pro 9.