I just spent two very long and tedious hours of my life inserting chords on the chords line of my session in PT 12. How stupid that I could not just copy and paste the repeating chords from one verse to the next, etc. Also, I could not copy and paste a single chord, or write it in manually. I had to click on the chords insert arrow, turn to my second screen because I could not move the dialog box to the screen directly... more »
I waste so much time messing around with automation breakpoints trying to fine adjust to get them in the right place. I recently started learning Cubase, and found it incredibly useful to be able to manually set the time and value of automation points. Pro tools already has this functionality in the main counter when it comes to other selections such as clips or midi notes. So if you could just select automation breakpoints,... more »
To me, one of the top features in Logic (and even GarageBand), but missing from ProTools, is this: Being able to put down a drum track, tell it where to play, tweak the complexity/loudness/fills/swing/etc, and straight away get a pretty decent 'human'-sounding drum track. It's also possible to have it 'follow' audio tracks and more effectively pick out a rhythm. It can even be copied to a MIDI track, tweaked and put to... more »
The editor will not load if Pro Tools is running. I always have to close PT if I want to use the Eleven Rack Editor. I also frequently get the blank white screen. I know the workaround but it's shocking how often I have to do that (i.e. delete Eleven Rack folder). Since this is such a common problem, why doesn't Avid fix this???
I am opening up a new bug report, since the one that's listed here is listed as Fixed, but it's still happening on PT12.5.2!!! http://protools.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Score-editor-very-slow-to-open/31675-3779 please download attached file and open up session. attempt to double click on any midi region to load midi score view and observe that it takes anywhere from 30 sec to a min to open up score view. occurs both on... more »