Shortcut for making two mono audio tracks into one stereo. Kind of the opposite of Split Stereo Track into 2 Mono Tracks.
The Ability to record in the "Clip Source Window" a wild mono or stereo track, where the clip ends up in the Clip menu or a specified folder i.e Wild VO Records, saves a lot of time and maintains a clean timeline, rather than having to navigate through unneeded extra
tracks and clips on the timeline which is very time consuming. please see attachment.
Currently you can copy a mono plugin to a stereo track, but you can't copy a stereo plugin to a mono track. I understand the reason why, but frankly it doesn't make much sense. If the setting are the same between the channels, just apply those settings to the new mono plugin, it's not that hard. If the channels are different....then a popup window appears asking which channel you want to take settings from. Example... more »
I utilise multi-mono instantiations of plug-ins all the time and think it is a great feature for individual L/R processing.However, the ability to process the mid and sides separately would be such a game changer! I know we could insert a M/S matrix plug-in before and after a multi-mono plug-in but that is three inserts! An option in the multi-mono plug-in header to switch to M/S mode, where of course the L channel would... more »
A Monitor Controller that sits on your desktop allowing you to control the output level of your Outputs.
I don't want to use an external Monitor Controller due to the phase differences and frequency shifting that they cause, a simple fader as a Master Out on my desktop could do the same thing.
easy as that! make a menu just like and nearby the DSP<->native plugin switch to toggle between stereo and multi-mono plugin versions. Without losing the settings of course ;-)
Sometimes we need to add a plugin to just 1 side of a Stereo track, so we insert a Multi-mono plugin, un-link, then press the bypass button on the side we are not working on. But the problem with this is that the bypassed side is still using DSP power (even though it's on bypass), so what we need to do is to be able to "De-activate" the plugin on 1 side (or any other side on a surround track, LCR, Quad, 5.1, 7.1 etc...)... more »