D-Verb was once an allround and very usable Reverb. Since a few years Avid build in a tail pitch shift. The pitch is shifting down at the and of the reverb tail. It gives a whining sort of blur as (side) effect. This makes D-Verb unusable for most music. Please take it out or introduce a on/of knob!
Restore the original functionality of the "Pitch" plugin by adding a button to NOT time compress when altering pitch. Also improve the sonic quality...
Don't want to come across as old fashioned, but each and every time I open Pitch II (Audiosuite PT11HD) I miss the reference tone and an option to simply change pitch and nothing else.
I'm finding in PT's 11.1.2 that when I try to automate some of the Pitch II features, like feedback and delay and fine pitch, that I'm getting distortion after a few plays. The first write and first playback often work well.
There is a frustrating lack of bass-specific processing on 11r. A solid octave pedal would be a great addition.
It would be neat if the trim tool also could work as a pitch shifter. As it is now, if you want to lengthen or shorten a region via pitch shift you have to do an educated guess on the corresponding transpose factor, and then dial it in by trial and error from there. An option to do pitch shift adjustments the same way that the time compression/expansion version of the trim tool works would be really helpful.
I like editing and mixing in Pro Tools, but for real sounding pitch correction that is easy to work with, and extremely flexible, I rely solely on DP's built-in Pitch Automation feature. Please implement something like this into Pro Tools, so I don't have to export tracks to DP for this.
It would be great if varispeed mode, when using the elastic properties window, would allow you to enter in the value for pitch change, and figure out the TCE factor by itself. I often use varispeed to get guitars in tune after the fact, as guitars often have intonation issues. Varispeed is desirabe, because there are no audible artifacts when doing minor pitch adjustments. However, it can be a pain to use, because I have ...more »
sometimes you play some regions to hear them and pro tools doesn't play them in original pitch
An Elastic Audio track gains a Pitched option (like Midi and Instrument tracks have) which makes it susceptible of Key Signature Markers. The Audio on that track would then automatically be transposed by any Key Signature Markers. Combine this with real time properties for Elastic Audio tracks and you can also transpose regions and show this via the well known T and R symbols in a Region. Of course it would be great ...more »
Have all the Elastic Audio properties like sensitivity percentage, loop length et cetera placed in the Real Time properties column for easy access. And while you're at it Avid also add real-time quantize, source length and source tempo to the column. Regions that have Elastic Audio properties changed could display a T or R like the regions with real-time Midi properties do on a Midi or Instrument track. And if you ...more »
HD rigs come with it, and it's been around for YEARS. It's a little frustrating that I can't do a simple detune effect when I'm using an LE... I mean, non-HD rig without having to resort to some 3rd party plugin.
Where is audio to midi?!? Digi, its 2009! You have a great program but sometimes I wonder... If we had this, we wouldn't have to buy Drumagog to replace live drum sounds. We'd do audio to midi, then use the new midi track with BFD or DFH Superior.
We could sing a bass line and then have XPand play it on the bass!
collaborate with Melodyne and integrate pitch correction into ProTools
Elastic Pitch would be much more useful if it worked like Elastic Audio - IOW, pitch "anchors" which you move around to automate gradual pitch changes across an entire track or pitch changes at specific points. It's currently no more useful than just audiosuite-ing a region with P 'n T.