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.
Avid released Pro Tools 2018.1, with quite a few new features added. I decided to update TRASHER in order catch all the new settings and files. For many reasons, I ultimately decided to rewrite the entire application and go for macOS while I was at it.. I made some other changes internally such as backing up Plug-in Settings for instance is now "smarter". It will cycle through the folder recursively (folder by folder, file by file) and compare names. If a file name matches in an existing folder during a backup or restore, it will replace the file. Otherwise no files are at risk of being lost through a folder dump for example. Anything and everything being replaced or trashed is sent to the recycle bin, so it is recoverable.
Trasher has been updated to build 3. There is only a few minor fixes and additions from the previous version. The installer is available here http://www.pro-tools-pc.us/category-s/1514.htm
Avid have just announced via their blog that Pro Tools First is about to get Cloud Collaboration and Freeze features.
This is not only great news for those wishing to try out Pro Tools without investing fully into purchasing or subscribing to a full license but also for those who are already fully signed up owners of Pro Tools because it now means artists can contribute to your projects without owning Pro Tools themselves, they'll simply need to signup for Pro Tools First free of charge and connect into your Pro Tools project.
Avid have today released a Pro Tools maintenance update, Pro Tools 12.7.1 covers many bugfixes and enhancements here's the full list from the included release notes below.
Eligible users should be able to update via the Avid App manager or by direct download from their Avid accounts shortly.
Avid have released Pro Tools 12.7 which most notably brings the following new features:
Project Revision History for Cloud Collaboration "Projects"
Support for the new Avid MTRX Audio Interface
Workspace improvements including "Soundbase" for organising and auditioning audio clips with tags and including 2GB of sample content.
Changing fade shapes in the edit window
Clip effects presets
Spot to edit insertion.
Avid have just posted a teaser via social media to look out for upcoming news and feature details for Pro Tools 12.7
There are no details as yet so the best you can do is subscribe to Avid's social media channels and watch out for any details of Pro Tools 12.7
Avid have just released Pro Tools 12.6.1 the details including release notes and reference links to further information and bug fixes are as follows:
Avid have just released Pro Tools 12.6 Catch up on the details of whats new over on the Avid blog page here, the update is beginning to appear in user accounts who are signed up to a current Avid Update Plan
Using the Pro Tools Tempo Ruler gives you a lot of creative ways to visually change your session tempo's. It gives you the ability to use multiple different tools and methods to change the tempo. In many ways, using the tempo ruler is similar to writing in track automation.