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In Cool Edit Pro when a waveform is in maximum zoom level, it is possible to drag an audio sample vertically, or "Editing Sample Directly" by left clicking on an audio sample. How can I achieve the same in Audition ?

below : `Before drag (Cool Edit Pro)`

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below : `After drag (Cool Edit Pro)`

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below : `After left click on audio sample (Cool Edit Pro)`

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below : `Can not drag (Audition CS6)`

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Zoom in, then select via the mouse the desired area. A "db" small window will popup and there you can select how many db you want to amplify or decrease the sample.

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  • I'm looking for the same functionality in Audition as it is in Cool Edit Pro. I need to input exact values for given samples. Also, in case when sample value is zero ( point is exactly in the middle ), then amplify does not move anything because there is nothing to amplify.. – armen Aug 16 '16 at 10:48
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Audition doesn't offer this function. However many times this question is bumped, I'm afraid this remains the answer!

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    what a pity ! how is it even possible to take an application, downgrade it, and name the procedure an upgrade ? – armen Dec 14 '16 at 14:32
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    Standard practice by Apple :-) – Laurence Payne Dec 14 '16 at 18:41
  • You can bump this question all you like, the answer remains the same. Audition doesn't have this function. – Laurence Payne Mar 14 '17 at 14:26
  • Bumped again, I see! The answer still remains the same. – Laurence Payne Dec 10 '17 at 13:42
  • Laurence, this gets “auto-bumped” as a question without upvoted answers. I’ll give you a +1 to stop it being bumped. If the OP is desperate for more answers he can always put a bounty on the question! – Bob Broadley Jan 9 '18 at 18:16

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