Just thought about a 'click and hold' on the metronome button to bring up a little Volume Fader. Although you can use the Aux/Audio Track fader, I'd rather have that all hidden away, saved for when I need to go in on it. Instead of having to reach for the volume fader, how about a little volume slider (like the one you see in the Workspace Browser) displayed with a click and hold action, same as using the 'Trim' tool? ...more »
Bringing in OMF/AAF's all day would be way less tedious if I could import them they way I work with them. No volume automation. Only clip gain. You can currently import only with, or without volume automation.
When using volume automation to attenuate harsh sounds, such as fret noise on guitars (see attached example image), it would be beneficial to have the option to render the automation to the audio offline, thus not having to bus the audio to a new track and record.
Please add both a LUFS and a True Peark meter to the metering section. There is no true marker of where your mixes are sitting without adding a metering plugin.
Is it possible to implement the feature, when you press volume up - volume goes up on the master track. When you press volume down - volume goes down on the master track,
If the mute button is pressed - it activates mute on the master track.
There's a lot of very understandable concern about 'noise blasts', whereby PT can unexpectedly output absolutely huge audio levels, causing danger to people's hearing, speakers and nerves. Such issues persist even in the very latest versions of Pro Tools. There are already discussions out there about identifying & fixing specific causes of these issues, but it makes sense for there to also be a broader failsafe against ...more »
Let's paint the scenario : You've already and succesfully blended 2 tracks together (e.g. Bass DI at 0dB + Bass MIC at -4dB) everything seems to be perfect so you go further in your mix... Then you want to change the balance between these 2 bass tracks, here appears the trap ! each time you increase a fader, you must decrease the other one in the same range, because each modification on a fader changes the global volume ...more »
For volume automation, the scrollwheel of the mouse can be used to write/change the value, if the output window of a track is opened and the volume value is highlighted. Right now, the increments are very small, like 0.1 dB per detent. There could be a preference of how many dB one detent of the scrollwheel changes (like 0.1 or 0.5 or 1.0 or 2.0 or ...). Like with nudging clip gain. Changing the vol automation value with ...more »
Add a control room pannel with a fader or knob to control the listening output volume and surround tools like mute and solo for each channel.
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.