Is there a command (or a combination of commands) that letts the playhead jump back for maybe three seconds and the start playback?
Not directly, no. What do you want to use it for?
Thanks for the quick reply. I am editing Podcasts and was doing this with "Hindenburg Journalist" before. In "Hindenburg Journalist" I loved to immediately re-hear the respective position when I've removed parts of my audio. Just to find out if the cut was smooth. They had a command there called "Preroll".
I know that Audition offers the feature to playback the track and skip the selected area... and I use this. But I would like to check it as well after I've done the cut.
Do you have an idea for a workaround (or maybe even a better solution? ;-))
One click of the mouse and hit the spacebar? Even if you had a shortcut it wouldn't be better than that - you can place the mouse anywhere you like then, and not be limited to a single starting point. If you want to hear something repeatedly from the same place, go to Edit>Preferences>Playback and Recording and put a check in the box that says 'Return playghead to start position on' and select 'first stop'. Now if you start from a fixed point and then hit the spacebar, the cursor will automatically return to that start point. There are a couple of other options there that you might like to investigate as well.
Yeah.... I use this already but wondered if I'm just too blind to find the option that I had in Hindenburg. However: Thanks for taking the time to help me!