It would be nice if we get someone with current information, but I can provide 
a little.  Starting with version 3 of Adobe Audition, they began displaying 
some data on the screen using a method that is generally not picked up by 
screen readers.  I used Audition a lot before that version but switched to 
Sound Forge.  However, it is my understanding that they have done a pretty good 
job over time of making data that is not picked up by screen readers available 
through MSAA and UIA.  While this is very good, it generally means that one 
probably will have to get scripts to get at this information.  It is my 
understanding that there are JAWS scripts but they may not be free.  The bottom 
line is that Adobe Audition is probably worth checking out to see if you can do 
what you need to do with it, but the experience may be somewhat different than 
with sound forge.  

I would be very curious to know what you are required to do with Adobe Audition 
that you can't do with Sound Forge.  There were things I felt were easier to do 
with Audition, and I still sometimes get a little frustrated with selecting 
portions of a file with Sound Forge and wonder if I should check out Audition 

Best regards,

Steve Jacobson

-----Original Message-----
From: Pc-audio [mailto:pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org] On Behalf Of Dave 
Sent: Saturday, June 10, 2017 12:35 PM
To: PC Audio Discussion List <Pc-audio@pc-audio.org>
Subject: Adobe Audition

I have been a SoundeForge user since the early 2000's and am extremely 
satisfied with the product.  However, I may have a specific requirement 
for Adobe Audition  in the future.

Does anyone on this list use that app and if so is the accessibility good?

Any information would be appreciated.


Dave Marthouse

Reply via email to