Avid Technology, Inc. has stated that it’s previous generation TDM technology will cease to be supported from Pro Tools version 11 onwards. Version 11 will be the first 64 bit release of Pro Tools and Avid has stated publicly that it is technically impossible to implement TDM technology in a 64 bit environment. TDM users will therefore be forced to purchase Avid’s new HDX technology if they wish to upgrade to Pro Tools ...more »
Allow 2-dimensional panning with user-specified left-right and up-down effects. For instance, left-right motion corresponds to normal left-right panning as well as left-right panning into a stereo-in/stereo-out reverb, while up-down corresponds to the level sent to the reverb).
Since so many are voting against the Scholz, I figured I would give this one a try.
There really isn't any presets.
If you haven't played an original Marshall Shredmaster, go on an immediate Monty Python style quest to find one. The original production units are stellar dirt pedals. These pedals sound fantastic in front of "anything," and a properly constructed model should as well.
Sorry if I'm being too hard on this comments, but yesterday happened AGAIN. If anyone here who works in a studio with 2, 3, 4 etc engineers know exactly what I'm talking about. Some bastards stole files from bands I've recorded, some opened my sessions to figure out how to work and saved things to try to screw me. Please, vote on this one guys. I appreciate that!!!
I got the shock of my life at 3 am the other morning when I plugged in, put the headphones on and blew the hell out of the room as the headphones when plugged in don't auto mute the outputs, this could be added as an option for convenience
....the thrashcan! For those moments we know we're recording stuff that nobody
ever want's to hear. Would be a great timesaver!
Its kind of a hassle if you don't know what you're doing
When nudging a region, fade, data etc. using the keyboard, a new undo step is created on every key stroke. (Actually, also on every step if you hold down the key.)
It would make sense to create only ONE undo for all the key hits, until you select something else. Photoshop and other programs work this way and it is much more convenient...
This would technically be a preamp model (I guess). Those of us of a certain age remember these units. The sound, which some may view as dated, is certainly unique. I can't think of anyone else modeling the distortion of the X100 or Soloist. Units are readily and cheaply available (not that I believe Avid is a penny pinching group of tight wads, but you never know).
mbox that is able to simulate stereo and surround -> like the spl phonitor and the head zone pro system from beyerdynamic -> that would be killer!!!!!
It would be great to see PT 11 allow files to be saved as "packages" - a single icon containing all the data for a project (audio, the project file itself, fade files, etc) instead of the current structure where a project is saved in a folder with all the required ingredients.
Logic Pro X has introduced this feature, and it makes file organisation much cleaner.
Allow multiple trim automation lines on each track. Thus on a vocal track one trim line (A) might be used to reduce esses, while another (B) might be used to modify the pre-existing volume automation (Z). Then allow the trim automation to be coalesced selectively, e.g. coalesce B with Z. This way A can remain un-coalesced for later changes, like you want to dip essess by 3dB instead of 6dB.
Don't know if I'm the only one. But I often make most of my vol. automation changes in 1dB or .5dB increments and it would be faster if I wasn't having to carefully make sure it didn't go to .1dB above or below where I want to go. I often have to go the 'volume automation view' to do this. I'd love to just grab the volume control right on that edit window. It's basically the same concept of 'stepped' knobs on mastering ...more »