Adobe Audition 2.0 and Dimension Pro Re-wire?

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Adobe Audition 2.0 and Dimension Pro Re-wire?

Excuse my bad english...I am new for this forum...

1) I use Adobe Audition 2.0 for record audio session from my acoustic SaxSoprano with microphone.
I think to change Software.
I want use my acoustic Sax to create MIDI sounds (Piano Accompaniment ,Guitar and Drums set) without use any MIDI keyboards.
It is possible with Sonar 6 or Project 5? If not, have any suggestion? What software I should use?
I know that Finale 2005 have "MicNotator" that write the music score with one simple microphone connected to a PC!

2) Another thing:
It is possible to use Dimension Pro as VST Instrument connected with Adobe Audition 2.0 to create loops and waves? Can I Re-wire it? I need Sonar 6 or Project 5 to run Dimension Pro?

Thanks for all suggestions!

Horsepower.
post edited by Horsepower - 2006/11/14 13:15:50
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    Horsepower
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    RE: Adobe Audition 2.0 and Dimension Pro Re-wire? 2006/11/18 09:44:26 (permalink)
    Please Help me!
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    RE: Adobe Audition 2.0 and Dimension Pro Re-wire? 2006/11/18 17:42:27 (permalink)
    Dimension Pro does not require Sonar to run. There is a VST version for Windows.
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    RE: Adobe Audition 2.0 and Dimension Pro Re-wire? 2006/11/19 21:11:37 (permalink)
    Bad news, I'm afraid -- Audition is not designed to run VSTi instruments. You *can* rewire into Audition, so you could conceivably run your VSTi's into Audition that way... but if you had Sonar or P5, you wouldn't really need Audition to record.

    Hope this is of some assistance to you.

    Cheers,

    Russ




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