The issue: .7.0.2 and .Overhead subpaths don't work correctly on internal busses (but they do work on output busses). See the video:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/2w4kj30bvpumg05/20180319_234911.mp4?dl=0... more »
I think I found a very hard to find bug in ProTools. I usually group my boom track and radio tracks to have the possibility of Mute/solo them separately.
For that purpose I do a MIX (not EDIT) group selecting only Mute and Solo attributes.
What happens is that while I'm editing and groups are enabled, when I modify a fade of a clip also the other in the group are modified.
Example 1, code name "Amaj 7".
Double-click on it and reopen it, "A 7 # 9 # 11" will be displayed.
Example 2, code name "G7".
Double-click on it and reopen it, "G minor6 added 9" will be displayed.
This will appear in all but the top five rows of the code change dialog.
*major, minor, minor (major 7), minor (add 9), fifth (omit 3 rd) ← These five do not change.
When partially selecting and clearing two overlapped clips and the first one contains a fade out (which is entirely covered by the selection), an unexpected result occurs.
The bug is occurring on Pro Tools 2018.1 and can be reproduced with 100% success. Please see the attached pdf for further details.
I am running it on Windows 10 version 1709.
In 2018.1, transposing MIDI notes by one octave can be done by choosing +/-12 steps. But choosing 1 octave only transposes 11 steps. Sometimes, quitting and restarting temporarily fixes it, sometimes not.
Often (not always) when near the edge of a clip using the multitool instead of resizing the clip it will behave as if the grabber tool is active and move the clip, despite the pointer tool indicating the edge tool. This started happening since some time after PT10 I think and is still happening in 2018.1.
PT 2018.1 - GUI loses responsiveness/functionality in large MIDI sessions after the session has been open about 1 hour or more.😡 😡
Track redraws are very slow after hide/unhide. Edit window is almost unworkable. This issue is solved by quitting Pro Tools and reopening the session.