Good Afternoon all -
I am experiencing a novel problem with Adobe Audition, where it randomly stops recording (at no set time or even number). I did find a similar thread in the Community (here: https://community.adobe.com/t5/audition/stops-recording/td-p/9267038?page=1), but my specific problem is a little bit different. In addition, I tried the solutions there and followed the suggested links, but with no success.
Audition will be cranking along as usual, and then suddenly stop recording. It does it in a unique way. The time/clock at the bottom continues as usual, the meter continues to display input sound level accurately, and the record button stays illuminated. Howver, the in-progress waveform disappears - just flatlines. After I stop the recording, I am able to confirm that there is only 5 minutes or so of audio (whenever the waveform stopped), not the final number indicated on the clock. Listening back, just as the audio nears the end point, there's a quick ~0.25 s stutter (exactly like a skipping CD or record), and then silence.
Any ideas on where I should read/attmept to fix first? Thank you all, in advance, for any help or advice you can provide.
Machine/OS details: ASUS PC with an AMD FX 6300 six core, 3.5 GHz, 16 GB RAM, running Windows 10 Home.
Audition details: Audition CS5.5, version 4.0, build 1815. Recording in waveform mode.
Audition records to a temp file in Waveform view, and if I was going to look anywhere, that's where I'd start. I don't ever recall running out of room with a temp file before, so I don't know what the exact behaviour is - but I would have hoped for a warning message at least. The one thing that might be helpful to look at is the Audition log file in your preferences folder after this has happened - it will almost certainly have something to say about this, I would have thought...