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Enable the channel width of an empty track to be changed (mono to stereo, etc.), and any empty track able to be changed to any other type (MIDI, Instrument, Aux, etc.). It should be doable in such a way that plugins don't change where possible. E.g., an Audio track with a set of plugins but no audio on it should be able to be turned into an Aux track with the same plugins and settings.
Seems to be a Mac-only bug. When invoking a Selection-type memory location, the selection shows up and the audio is highlighted (on the track in focus), as expected. But if you renumber the memory location and recall it, the in and out spots are marked on the ruler, but the audio or MIDI only the current track is not selected. Steps to reproduce: 1. Open a session containing at least one audio or MIDI track 2. Make a ...more »
When working in the MIDI editor window, applied Retrospective MIDI notes don't show up at first. They play, but you can't see them until you refresh the the MIDI editor window by closing/reopening or zooming out and back in. Other than that, I'm loving that PT is finally starting to catch up to Logic and Cubase on this front. PT 2018.7 on Win7.
In 2018.1, transposing MIDI notes by one octave can be done by choosing +/-12 steps. But choosing 1 octave only transposes 11 steps. Sometimes, quitting and restarting temporarily fixes it, sometimes not.
This would allow recording to be paused and restarted without making a new file or new set of files. It would be helpful for recording radio scripts, podcasts, and the like, to allow having a single file for the editor to work with that omits discussions and conversations that happen intermittently while recording such things. Yes, we have the ability to delete and compact. This would save those steps, improving efficiency. ...more »
This happens when editing MIDI in sessions created by older versions. When you select a portion of a MIDI clip on the timeline and delete it, MIDI data including notes remain on the track outside of any clip and continue to play back. Same if you separate the clip on the timeline and delete one of the two new clips. It can be almost impossible to select and delete some MIDI data from the timeline. If you do manage to ...more »
In the Edit window, it's convenient to work with MIDI in velocity view most of the time. I can't think of any reason why we should have to switch to Notes view to consolidate.
Shuffle mode does not always work as expected when layered clips are involved, whether Layered editing is enabled or not. See images: 1) a set of clips, purple ones need to be removed. 2) select a purple one that overlaps a clip on at least one side. 3) delete while in Shuffle mode. The resulting edit uncovers the end of the first green clip, and does away with the yellow one, destroying the desired timeline. For clarity, ...more »
A number of us users have spent hours trying to figure out why our iPads don't show up in the All Surfaces list in EuControl, only to find that it all works fine if we install a different router. No known settings are able to solve it. No list of compatible routers is known to exist. It currently comes down to luck whether you happen to have compatible wifi. Please test it with a wider variety and make it more compatible. ...more »
When committing MIDI to audio by drag&drop onto an audio track, the current state of (some?) CC data is ignored. This can cause committing by this method to produce a different result than committing by using the Commit command. It also fails to extend the committed audio clip to accommodate ongoing audio signals. PT 12.8.1
When a clip has a cleared section in the middle, and the remaining portions of the clip have not been moved, it used to be that you could select the cleared area and use the Heal Separation command on it. See image. My workflow has always been: 1. Click in the gap 2. Ctrl-Tab (Windows) to set the selection to the previous boundary (the end of the first clip) 3. Shift-Tab to select to the following boundary (the start ...more »
In PT 12.8 on Win7, using keyboard shortcuts for soloing, muting, record enable, etc. sometimes will be applied to all members of a group immediately after the group has been disabled via keyboard shortcut. For example, create a group designated by letter a. With keyboard focus on GROUPS: 1. type "a" to enable the group 2. type "s" to solo the group 3. type "s" to unsolo the group 4. type "a" to disable the group 5. Select ...more »