I would like to view a track's audio waveform through the MIDI piano roll edit window so I can align midi notes to an audio track.
It would be great if you could move or copy a plug-in in-between two contiguous plug-ins.
At present, we only have the option to replace one of the plug-ins and it is time-consuming dragging plug-ins down first to create a empty insert slot.
When hovering in-between two plug-ins a highlighted line should inform the user the dragged plug-in will be inserted in-between these plug-ins.
In soundbase, please add the ability to tag rex (.rx2) samples.
A user sets the key of a session to c# minor
A user tags a sample in soundbase as c minor
A user clicks the soundbase "preview in key" button
A user clicks preview on the c minor sample and hears it playback transposed to the key of the session c# minor
This would be a game-changer for sample based artists using pro tools. One could quickly try out samples from any key.
"Convert/Coalesce Volume Automation To Clip Gain" & "Convert/Coalesce Clip Gain To Volume Automation" are currently only available in the HD version of Pro Tools. As it is not a feature that requires special processing power or an expansion of I/O possibilities it should be made available to all Pro Tools users.
Please add both a LUFS and a True Peark meter to the metering section. There is no true marker of where your mixes are sitting without adding a metering plugin.
The Monitor / Control Room Knob in the Artist Control has no functionality whatsoever in Pro Tools at the moment. Please make this available or just assignable so it could control a Master Fader.
I was sitting here thinking about how amazing Pro Tools really is, but it puts limits on it's users 😣 and we as Pro Tools users want freedom!
Free to record as many tracks as we like (according to the limitations on our audio interface of course 😂 )
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 »