A few weeks back I released TRASHER 3 to coincide with the new features in Pro Tools 2018.1 such as Pro Tools Presets and full implementation of Track Presets. The biggest issue was that I did not have any representation for when a function was in action. So this build is mainly a maintenance release. A progress bar is now added along with buttons to tick or untick all the boxes in the main home tab. There is also a bit of code cleanup and optimization. The UI has been slightly modified a bit as well for the changes.
In this second part of the 2 part series about syncing Pro Tools systems, we go over syncing the systems over a network connection. This does have the advantage of needing 2 interfaces with Midi I/O, but does require a bit more setup and a single network cable or for longer distances, you can connect the systems into a common hub or switch.
Sonnox has been quite busy the last couple years. First they took on the task of updating their existing line of plug-ins. Then last year they released an amazing Dynamic Eq. Now they have released a new pair of plug-ins under the VoxDoubler series named Thicken and Widen.
A common question we get is asking; how the performance of “Computer a” is compared to “computer b”. “Is it worth it to upgrade?? These questions are obviously difficult to answer due to a huge number of variables.
In this video we tackle a common task you may be asked to perform as an engineer (or for personal needs). We take an audio track and identify the session tempo from it. There are few different reasons of wanting to find the tempo. A grid to edit with, to sync time base effects such as delays, to program VI's to play along with the audio, are a few examples. In this video we go over how to identify a tempo in Pro Tools.
"AAE Error -9173" has been causing problems for a lot of Pro Tools users recently, More so than ever with the latest version 12.5. Avid are now reaching out to the Windows userbase and asking for feedback in an attempt to get to the bottom of the issue once and for all.
The Mbox 3 is now compatible with Pro Tools on Windows 10 according to the updated information on the pre-existing driver sets from 2014
Where as new USB drivers have been developed for Mac OSX.
Avid's Pro Audio Marketing Manager Tom Graham today confirmed via post on his personal Twitter account that Pto Tools 12.5 is to include the long awaited "Cloud Collaboration" features that were first marketed under the "Avid Everywhere" banner.
One of my favorite Plug-In manufacturers have just dropped a bombshell deal on one of my favorite Plug-Ins of all […]
In this video Neil goes though the basics of the Freeze feature in Avid Pro Tools 12.4 and tells you what you need to know to be quickly up and running and freezing audio tracks and virtual instruments.