SPLI Workflow for Adobe Audition

Updated 1 week ago by Nick Horowitz

Audition makes the routing a little wonky, but it is fully supported. You can either run SurCode for Dolby Pro Logic II for an individual file, or in a multitrack session.

File-based Export in Audition:

  1. Pull in a 5.1 source file
  2. Add SurCode for Dolby Pro Logic II as a VST Effect
  3. Tick the grey "Encode" button in the SurCode UI
  4. Click "Apply" in the VST Effect window to encode the LtRt.
  5. (This is where Audition is a little wonky) You'll notice that channels 1&2 contain the LtRt, and channels 3-6 are silent. Simply un-tick (disable) channels 3-6 to the right of each waveform, and use "File>Export>File..." to export a stereo file.

In a Multitrack session:

  1. Create a stereo master-based multitrack session
  2. Add a 5.1 source file to a 5.1 audio track in the session
  3. Add SurCode for Dolby Pro Logic II as a VST Effect. Tick the grey "Encode" button in the SurCode UI.
  4. From here, you can export the stereo master as you would in other session-based work.


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