1. On a Mac running Sierra create a new admin user, and install Pro Tools and the AIR Instrument bundle (with Mini Grand) [a fresh com.airmusictech.Mini Grand.plist created under Sierra is required) 2. Launch PT and create an instrument track, instantiate Mini Grand, record/draw in some notes 3. Save session, quit PT and restart the computer 4. Launch PT, open the session, play it back Mini Grand plays only the attack ...more »
With Page scrolling mode selected on the Edit window, if I use horizontal zoom while playing back the session the scrolling doesn't work, it just zoom on the point where the cursor started the playback.
This can´t be normal! when PT reads plugin automation during playback it changes the "upload changes" arrow into green (e.g. something has changed). But it was only an automation read, not an auto-write.
It does not happen with track automation (vol, pan etc) only if you auto-enable a parameter of a plugin. Tried it with Air VIs Air plugins and Avid EQ7.
This is not the correct behaviour isn´t is? Makes no sense!
This is an intermittent bug that is very difficult to pin down. When it happens, as perfectly illustrated by the attached screenshots, a quarter note that starts exactly on the downbeat of a bar, displays DIFFERENTLY between the edit window and the midi edit window.
The result of this is that clips cut to the bar in the session edit window in grid mode, copy incorrectly.
1) Put a clip on a track, make an edit with a crossfade (or an overlapping clip). 2) Copy some audio into the clipboard. 3) Make a selection over the clip downstream from the edit, and shorter than the amount that you have in the clipboard. 4) Paste special repeat to fill selection (opt-cmd-v). 5) Boom! Graphical error, AAE error 9480, playback does not include the edit, waveforms are blank. Totally repeatable. Thanks ...more »
"MIDIServer patch file, bank, or mode information not available for this MIDI instrument."
Please, Avid pay attention to this annoying glitch.
It shows "Alt+Shift+" in Pro Tools' menu, and the docs say "Start+Shift+Left Arrow"
The correct shortcut is actually Shift+Alt+Down Arrow (Win) and Shift+Opt+Down Arrow (Mac).
1) Create a Click Track
2) Create an Instrument Track with a VI
3) Create an audio track with a plugin with long latency
4) Record some MIDI alongside the click
Note the delayed MIDI
I'm having very erratic option+scroll behavior, with PT 12.5.2 on macOS Sierra 10.12. (Yes I know it's not supported, but you'll have to deal with this issue at some point, so I'm letting you know.) normally option+vertical-scroll should zoom in/out on the timeline, and option+horizontal-scroll should zoom waveforms. But since I installed Sierra, now any option scrolling does both, and very oversensitively. It has also ...more »
1. Create new session
2. Create mono track
3. Consolidate or import a mono audio clip on the track
4. Go to clip list and right-click on newly created audio clip -> Reveal in finder
5. Audio files folder should open:
a) Within the folder create new one and move the audio file there
b) Rename the file
6. Go to clip list and right-click on the clip -> Recalculate Waveforms Overview
- new MIDI track
- with Pencil tool, draw a MIDI note on the track
- right click on the vertical keyboard scale and select "single note" view and whatever note/key you have added (note the height of the MIDI note)
- save/close/open the session
- observe the height of the MIDI note
1) Grab a selected track and move it up and down in the timeline. Don't release the mouse button. You should notice that after one more more times moving up and down, some of the clips and track names will start to get a little psychedelic looking. 2) Place the track back where you found it and release the mouse button. You will see the psychedelic trails remain. 3) Repeat with any of the other tracks - the key is to ...more »