I have been an audition user for a while now (when it was cool edit) and I'm very comfortable with it. I really don't want to have to learn how to use a different program.
But from what I can see, you can't use a Vsti or midi with it and I really want to use some new plugins with my keyboard. Is there a known workaround out there? Or could anyone recommend a simple program that I could use to record midi and then transfer to audition for editing?
I'm using the East/West symphonic orchestra program and I simply want to record in adobe audition with my firepod midi pre-amp.
Don't count on it. Audition was designed to deal with audio, not MIDI. Many users believe that adding sequencing would just clutter the program, and I agree. No single program can be everything to everyone. You're better off to find a sequencer that works really well and keep Audition for audio editing and multitracking. I've talked to several people that use a combination of Audition and Tracktion and really like the combo.
Again, thanks for the insight. I'm looking into getting Sonar 6.0, but for now I found a somewhat adequate work around. I just run a line out of the back of my firepod and then back in to the line input. Unfortunately it records EVERYTHING with this, including the metronome and other tracks. But I just record separately and then drag the clip to where it should go.