Adobe Creative Cloud

December 16, 2014 /

Audition CC 2014.2 now available!

Greetings and happy holidays!

The Audition team has released a small update before the new year which addresses bugs discovered after the release of 7.1.  This update is available as part of your Creative Cloud membership and includes fixes for several potential crash scenarios:

  • Fixed: Crash on Windows, and waveform artifacts, at certain High DPI Scaling values when moving playhead
  • Fixed: Crash on Quit on OS X is OS update changed permissions on certain folders
  • Fixed: Potential crash when using Spot Healing brush
  • Fixed: Better inactive device detection
  • Fixed: Recent iTunes/iCloud update on Windows can break session support on OS’s which use commas as decimal separators
  • Fixed: UI and metering support for Native Instruments audio devices.
  • Fixed: Multitrack clip waveforms update slowly on certain High DPI scaling values
  • Fixed: ARRI Raw SDK support failing on OS X
  • Fixed: Channel labels may be lost when Save As with disabled channels
  • And several more!

Pricing and availability

Today’s updates to Creative Cloud are expected to be available to Creative Cloud members by the end of the day as part of their membership at no additional cost. For new customers interested in trying them out, free trials of all of the Creative Cloud applications are available, including Adobe Media Encoder CC (2014.2)

To join Creative Cloud, special promotional pricing is available to customers who own Adobe Creative Suite 3 or later. Membership plans are available for individuals, students, photographers, teams, educational institutions, government agencies and enterprises. For pricing details, visit:

Join the discussion

  • By Josh Lang - 9:08 AM on December 26, 2014  

    Is there an Adobe User Forum for Audition? I can’t find it.
    I have some very technical questions about Audition. Who can I ask?
    Here are my questions:
    1.) Is Audition 64-bit float math? (if not, don’t worry about the remaining questions)
    2.) Can Audition accept 32-bit fixed (integer) ASIO data w/o truncation or bit reduction? I’m thinking, for instance, of Dante/AVB mult-track 32-bit-fix audio data streaming in over Ethernet, via Dante VSC ASIO driver.
    3.) Can Audition process 32-bit-fix (integer) data w/o truncation or bit length reduction?
    4.) Can Audition save processed 32-bit PCM data in a 32-bit-fixed file format, such as 32-bit WAV or AIF32?
    yes, I’m aware that 24-bit PCM data is overkill for normal dynamic range audio, but I have a unique application that could use additional contiguous bits.
    Thank you!