Pro Tools features

"Send to Audiosuite" button on AAX plugins

Have a button on the actual real time plugin that you're using that renders a highlighted region with Audiosuite.

 

This way you don't have to copy settings, open Audiosuite, paste settings and render.

 

Yes, I realize there is track freeze, but sometimes it's best to audition something through a real time plugin and then just render that one region, not the whole track.

Submitted by (@glitchfactor)

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18 votes

Pro Tools features

Duplicate origional clip to playlist when processing from Audiosuite

During a sound effects editing session where a lot of Audiosuite processing is used it would be useful if Pro Tools would automatically save a copy of the pre-processed clip to a playlist. I usually duplicate this down myself so if I come back to the clip and I no longer like the fx precessing then I have the original below in the playlist ready to retrieve. If I've used multiple processes it would be handy to have an ...more »

Submitted by (@jasontremurr)

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17 votes

Pro Tools features

Embed Audiosuite parameter settings in to the processed clip for later recall

It would be handy to retrieve parameter settings from a clip that has been processed by an Audiosuite plugin If you wanted to go back to a processed clip at a later stage and couldn't remember how exactly you processed it you could right click on the clip and there would be an 'Audiosuite Memory' option. Another menu would open from this listing all Audiosuite plugins used on the clip then for each one 'copy processed ...more »

Submitted by (@jasontremurr)

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15 votes

Pro Tools features

Contextual Menu "right click" Improvement : Audiosuite links

The contextual menu for a sound in the timeline, offers a lot of possibilities but they are quite useless (or you need them as the beginning of a post-production work, for conforming). I would be very very happy, if the audiosuite menu just be added in that contextual menu. It seems very natural that when you work on a sound, the mouse pointer is near that sound and if you decide an audiosuite treatment it would be much ...more »

Submitted by (@mikbar)

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6 votes