I'm constantly moving back and forth between the edit window and the MIDI edit window. I'm constantly changing tools (draw, trim, etc.) but when I switch between windows, it remembers the last tool I was using for that window not necessarily the last tool I selected. I think I'm using one tool, but I'm actually using another. Very frustrating. If I change a tool, please make it a global change.
It would be very helpful to have a trim and pan right before the first plugin in the chain, so that we can make pan and trim the audio input source, before it starts being processed by the plugins and even before heat.
As per title. CMD-clicking a trim automation node in PT 12.6.0 does not give 0.1 dB fine tuning of the automation, instead it snaps the node to the grid, even in slip mode. CMD-clicking regular volume automation still works as expected. (The current workaround is using the "extreme" track height temporarily)
Right now trim automation is only possible for volume automation. It would be great to have trim automation for any parameter, including panning and plug-in parameters. There's absolutely no reason why this wouldn't be possible. Right now it's totaly ridiculous that you have to grab that mouse to fine tune any non-volume automation parameter even if you're sitting behind a quadrillion dollar Avid console. This is an absolute ...more »
I'd like the SEL button to also have a shift layer that enables the Trim automation mode to be toggled.
So just as the REC/A button can be used to (1) record enable a track, or (2/shifted) to toggle through automation modes; the SEL button would (1) select the track or (2/shifted) to toggle trim automation.
There is only one feature in HD I need as it stands, and it feels kind of insane to be paying $999USD in upgrade fees to keep that feature and be on Pro Tools 12. Surround - don't care, huge numbers of tracks and I/O - don't care... please just turn on Trim.
A trim knob that works like the plugin placed before the channel plugin path would be nice. This would help in facilitating proper gain staging of tracks that are recorded too hot or too soft without using up a plugin slot.