Adobe Audition actually used to be a great piece of software call Cool Edit Pro made by a company called Syntrillium. While Audition is only up to 1.5, Cool Edit Pro was a standard audio editing tool for years. The best part about Adobe buying them is that they made the software even more affordable.
I've been goofing around with creating music on my computer for a few years now. I goof around with Propellerhead Reason and Sonic Foundry's Acid - stuff like that. But, it's become clear to me that I need to get a good multi-track audio/MIDI recorder/editor program.
I've been thinking about getting Adobe Audition - anyone have any opinions? I've also heard that Sonar is good. And, naturally everyone raves about ProTools, but I hear that's far better suited for the Mac. I'm running Windows XP.