Tried to figure this out myself, but I need some help! I use Audition 1.5 to record live recordings, and the tracks are sometime over an hour long before I stop Audition to save them. Sometimes I do not have a chance to save a track before I must arm another track to record another hour of material. Normally this is not a problem, and I just save each track seperately when I'm done recording. But, a few times now, Audition has deleted audio from the previous track, before I have a chance to save it, and only the audio recorded before the end of the second track is left. For example: Track 1 was recorded for 1 hour and 14 minutes. When it came time to record the second segment on Track 2, Track 1 had not been saved yet, so I unarmed the track, placed it in mute, and armed Track 2 for recording. I returned to zero on the counter and clicked on Record. Track 2 was stopped at 34 minutes and 52 seconds. Normally when Track 2 is stopped, I just save both tracks seperately and I'm done. Today, when I went to save Track 1, the end of the waveform was at 34 minutes and 52 seconds, which was also the end point of Track 2! The multi-track view showed that there once had been 1 hour and 14 minutes of audio there, but there was no waveform between the end of Track 2, and the end of the multi-track view. I'm sure that I accidentally clicked on something, that prevented the end of Track 1 from going past the endpoint of Track 2, but can someone please tell me how to recover the lost audio?