Then the inclusion of "Loopology," the collection of 32-bit, uncompressed, royalty-free audio loop files in over 20 different styles that range from funk, rock, jazz, and classical. Using these loops, you can put together great-sounding compositions and sound tracks without musical experience. Included are many types of instruments including drums, keyboards, guitars, dulcimers, and synthesizers. There are even 15- and 30-second music beds that can give you a jump start.
Most DAWs focus on the Sequencer operations and as such the editing and audio manipulation capabilities tend to fall short. This is one area that Adobe Audition 3 shines. Adobe Audition 3 is well balanced and makes for a more complete product by focusing on both aspects of production. With two distinct modes, you can switch between easily between the two. This is especially important if you find yourself the owner of both hats of audio production, you now only have to deal with one product, unlike with other solutions.
While at this state I would not call Adobe Audition 3 a revolutionary release (rather more of an evolutionary release), I do call it a welcome release. I would like to see more integration to the other Adobe products, such as adding dynamic links into Premier Pro, After Effects, Flash, etc. would be nice. If you need to do anything with regard to serious audio production, are a sound designer, musician, recording engineer, or other audio professional, or even if you want to learn more about music production and composition, then I very highly recommend Adobe Audition 3.