#1September 12th, 2005 · 02:45 PM
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Adobe Audition into Logic Pro...
I've got a bunch of files I've worked on in Adobe Audition (that's the .ses file format), and want to switch to Logic Pro (which uses .iso)... I'm wondering whether there is any way to go about converting my old projects from .ses to .iso — Any Ideas?
#2September 13th, 2005 · 04:03 AM
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you may just have to do it manually 

i don't know of any real "project" converters unless it's a built in option within the program.  i'm looking through audition, and i'm not seeing anything like that ...

#3September 13th, 2005 · 10:39 AM
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Most multi-track recording/sequencer software uses unique, proprietary formats for saving their files - so as far as I'm aware this is impossible.
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#5October 22nd, 2011 · 12:10 PM
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to my knowledge audition can save session files as a OMF format  if you save your files in that open source format you should be able to open it it in logic. alot of other daw's dont promote cross working with each other but adobe is pretty good about it i know is awesome about it good luck my friend. Happy Music  making
#6October 26th, 2011 · 12:14 AM
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not sure if they can make this file transfer or not.. but I use them for pulling audio off of youtube videos.  They are a file conversion site.  It's a free/pay site depending on what you want.  I use the free stuff.

http://www.zamzar.com/  I didn't look to see if it can do your file conversion.

plus like stated above.  export your files from audition as omf files and logic pro should work with them.
#7October 26th, 2011 · 12:24 PM
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I'm sure he must have sussed it out by now ! 
#8November 6th, 2011 · 10:10 AM
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I'm not sure if you can consolidate sessions in Audition, but you can bounce down each channel to include any silence that's present (say if you have a guitar that doesn't come in until a minute into the song). That's what I would do anyhow.
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