This one freeze feature would fix your tdm and le DDL limitations. It would also allow faster than real time bounces because if you froze most of the tracks then the processing to do a mix bounce could be done in the back ground.
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.)
Pro Tools should be able to Bounce To Disk faster than real-time.
Real-Time Bounce To Disk should still be an option since some sessions use outboard gear (hardware inserts, sound modules, etc.).
I need a key-mouse combination to bypass all plugins on a given track.
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Its a bad idea not to see the waveform when you move regions. It just makes it harder to know exactly where to drop it.
EQ and gain parameters could be assigned to clips. This would greatly simplify automation and editing especially in post production.
Currently when you bounce to disc, the audio file defaults to go to the regular audio folder. I always create a bounces folder in the main session folder and point all the bounces there.
It would be nice to have a separate folder already made when the session is made. Either in the main folder, or in the audio folder, or even have a preferences setting that lets the user decide where the bounces should go.
Would allow you to bounce your final mix, and save it as an mp3 as well as a wave file. Good for creating a final mix for a CD Master, and providing a client with a disc that they can use to put music online without having to convert it. And, we wouldn't have to hear the same song bounced twice.
We hear processing is the reason it is HD only. Well make it to where the plug can be bypassed in the mixer on slower systems. How can we have true cross platform/ native to HD compatibility if some versions of PT9 can't use heat.Not to mention CPU power double every year. So not enough native power is no longer an excuse. Do it pretty please.
Title updated from "Heat in PT9 mixer standard"
More undo and redo than 32 in pt le. An extra window where you can see a list with the last executed tasks
Increased in Pro Tools 11.0 to 64 Levels:
Please allow more than one open Audio Suite window.
The mp3 option should become a standard feature, instead of the extra cost addition it is now. The ability to choose an encoder (LAME, etc..) would be nice as well.
Again, is this just another carry-over from Pro Tools LE? Why is there no button to turn on input monitoring, but I can use the key command to accomplish the same thing?