Pretty Simple - If you open a session that is missing a plugin, one of the options (besides visit Avid Marketplace) should be to search in the "Plug-Ins (Unused)" Folder. The reason is that now Plug-in devs are issuing upgrades with new unique names, rather than just updating the version. For instance, I have Clariphonic DSP, and Clariphonic DSP Mark II (newer version) in my Plugin folder. I will probably never... more »
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 »
If a session is opened with a Pro Tools 12 system on which plug-ins aren't available that are used in that session, PT provides the option to buy and download those missing plug-ins from the Avid store. But some plug-ins are already on the system, but in a new version. They only need to be exchanged within the session. This shouldn't be a manual task. For example: If a session containing the VSonics VMeters plug-in... more »
This line of plugins with 8.0 is really pretty wonderful. I am so happy with em. But why not include a general use plugin for fast frequency analyzer with a nice graphic display to assist with more efficient eq adjustments.
It would eliminate the awfully slow process of importing session data, copying plugins, deleting tracks, etc.
(Changed from "Channel Strip Presets" to avoid confusion with the Channel Strip plug-in.)