Yup, CoolEdit Pro has been out out of distribution for a long time. 
However there are still quite a few stations using it for a few reasons.

-It still works (at least on the 32 bit version of Windows 7 it works,
there are a few issues with running it on 64 bit Win7.  Never tried it
on 8 or 10), the license does not expire
-People know it
-It does most (if not all) of what many stations need for production use
-In many ways it is simpler to use then the latest version of Adobe
Audition (and since presumably the license would have been paid for
years ago, and Adobe has migrated to a monthly / annual license fee, its
cheaper then the latest Adobe product)

The above are why a lot of people are still running Adobe Audition
version 3.01 too.

Lorne Tyndale


> On Fri, 16 Sep 2016 06:49:44 -0400
> Fred Gleason <fr...@paravelsystems.com> wrote:
> 
> > opening as a ‘flat line' in Cool Edit Pro
> 
>  Hasn't CEP been obsolete and out of support for more than a decade ?
> 
>  That's like, pre-Jurassic in computer years.
> 
> -- 
> Cowboy
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