Audition 2000 is a simple-to-use program that can play all audio tracks found in a folder. It can be seamlessly handled, even by users with little or no experience in software apps.
The interface of the application does not excel in the visual department, but Audition 2000 is quite simple to navigate.
Thanks to the Explorer-based folder structure, you can easily locate and play sound files from the computer.
The file list shows the name, channel mode, type, sample rate, duration and size for each item. So, you can play one or more tracks from a playlist in a built-n audio player, as well as adjust the volume level.
In addition, you can sort the files in the list, access recent locations, customize the toolbar and disable the status bar, change the font, minimize Audition 2000 to the system tray area or make it stay on top of other windows, as well as edit the current selection via an external file.
Plenty of settings can be configured through the Options panel. For instance, you can specify the delay time used between WAV files in a playlist, as well as pick the sound editing and volume control external applications.
Audition 2000 is very low-demanding when it comes to the CPU and system memory, so it doesn't hog the computer resources. It has a good response time and includes a help file. No error dialogs have been shown throughout our evaluation and the utility did not hang or crash. However, the tool comes packed with limited features. Nevertheless, thanks to its intuitive layout and overall simplicity, first-time users can quickly get adjusted to Audition 2000's options.