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I have discovered that Garage Band is far superior to pretty much any mid to low priced midi/keyboard program. I have been using Adobe Audition/Cool Edit for about 8 years. I like it, I know it. Anything like it for mac OSX4.11?

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Adobe is making a Mac version of Audition.
Even though it doesn't state it on thier website, IMO I bet OS 10.5/10.6 will be needed to run the Mac version of Adobe Audition.

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I understand you can trick the 10.5 installer into installing on a 733.

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Adobe is making a Mac version of Audition.
Even though it doesn't state it on thier website, IMO I bet OS 10.5/10.6 will be needed to run the Mac version of Adobe Audition.

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I think its a safe bet that the Mac version of Audition will be Intel-only.

PS. My audio-editing needs are probably very light compared to yours, but I like and use Amadeus Pro ($40) for multi-channel audio editing. There's also Sound Studio ($80) which some people like as well.

These aren't world-class, recording-at-Abbey-Road-Studios type DAWs, but they more than do the job for me.
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I am thinking that since I have a fully liscensed version of Audition for Windows, I will just maintain the windows box.

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I am thinking that since I have a fully liscensed version of Audition for Windows, I will just maintain the windows box.
That's what I did for Ableton LIVE when I switched to a Mac. I was able to register the program for my VAIO and MBP.

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