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Massive Attack
Massive AttackFront of House Engineer Robb Allan made the jump from analog to digital in 2005 and hasn't looked back. Now touring with Massive Attack, Robb is delivery ama...From:AvidViews:1194 25ratingsTime:09:59More inMusic
- 13 hours ago, 30 Sep 14, 11:42pm -
Basslines, Synth Parts and Pro Tools Virtual Instruments
Basslines, Synth Parts and Pro Tools Virtual InstrumentsCreate high-quality music that stands out from the crowd—watch 'Master the Art of Music Creation', our video tutorial series dedicated to the success of arti...From:AvidViews:1492 20ratingsTime:06:40More inHowto & Style
- 20 hours ago, 30 Sep 14, 4:22pm -
Learn Why Composers and Arrangers Choose Avid Sibelius 7.5
Learn Why Composers and Arrangers Choose Avid Sibelius 7.5Hear from professional composers Anastasia Devana, Patrick Kirst, Mike Lang, Trevor Morris and Jay Terrien and learn how new features in Avid Sibelius 7.5 he...From:AvidViews:4437 40ratingsTime:04:53More inHowto & Style
- 2 days ago, 29 Sep 14, 7:50pm -
Beats, Percussion, and Rhythms with Pro Tools and Maschine
Beats, Percussion, and Rhythms with Pro Tools and MaschineCreate high-quality music that stands out from the crowd—watch 'Master the Art of Music Creation', our video tutorial series dedicated to the success of arti...From:AvidViews:7134 68ratingsTime:07:31More inHowto & Style
- 2 days ago, 29 Sep 14, 7:21pm -
See Avid Everywhere Revealed [PREVIEW]
See Avid Everywhere Revealed [PREVIEW]The first Avid Everywhere-inspired product offerings are available today—with much more coming soon. Now is the time to get on the platform. Watch the full r...From:AvidViews:4150 0ratingsTime:00:51More inHowto & Style
- 4 days ago, 27 Sep 14, 1:39am -
Pro Mixing: How Sound Designer Will Files Creates Inspiring Feature Film Soundtracks
Pro Mixing: How Sound Designer Will Files Creates Inspiring Feature Film SoundtracksSee how award-winning sound designer and re-recording mixer Will Files creates fully immersive sound mixes for the cinema. Will has contributed his talents t...From:AvidViews:1217 18ratingsTime:16:42More inHowto & Style
- 5 days ago, 26 Sep 14, 1:44am -
How To See What's New with Media Composer | Software
How To See What's New with Media Composer | SoftwareHow To by Avid Customer Support covers basic operation of your Avid software, system troubleshooting, quick tips, and much more. Subscribe on the Avid Knowle...From:AvidViews:2412 0ratingsTime:02:07More inHowto & Style
- 6 days ago, 25 Sep 14, 12:37pm -
Pro Mixing: Music Creation Webinar with Dave Audé [PREVIEW]
Pro Mixing: Music Creation Webinar with Dave Audé [PREVIEW]Avid hosted this exclusive webinar inside the studio of Dave Audé—the Grammy-nominated producer, remixer, DJ and label owner known for collaborations with U2...From:AvidViews:2304 19ratingsTime:18:36More inHowto & Style
- 10 days ago, 22 Sep 14, 12:11am -
How To Create, Manage and Edit Cases Inside the Avid Support Center
How To Create, Manage and Edit Cases Inside the Avid Support CenterAvid Professional Services and Customer Support now bring you the new 'How To' series covering basic operation of your Avid software, system troubleshooting,...From:AvidViews:255 0ratingsTime:05:27More inHowto & Style
- 64 days ago, 29 Jul 14, 8:42pm -
How To Activate Flexnet Device Manager for Floating Licenses
How To Activate Flexnet Device Manager for Floating LicensesAvid Professional Services and Customer Support now bring you the new 'How To' series covering basic operation of your Avid software, system troubleshooting,...From:AvidViews:282 0ratingsTime:01:54More inHowto & Style
- 12 Jun 14, 2:58am -
How to Configure and Install Flexnet Device Manager for Floating Licenses
How to Configure and Install Flexnet Device Manager for Floating LicensesAvid Professional Services and Customer Support now bring you the new 'How To' series covering basic operation of your Avid software, system troubleshooting,...From:AvidViews:425 0ratingsTime:02:32More inHowto & Style
- 12 Jun 14, 2:58am -
How To Use the Knowledge Base Page Inside the Avid Support Center
How To Use the Knowledge Base Page Inside the Avid Support CenterAvid Professional Services and Customer Support now bring you the new 'How To' series covering basic operation of your Avid software, system troubleshooting,...From:AvidViews:188 0ratingsTime:00:48More inHowto & Style
- 12 Jun 14, 2:47am -

Pro Tools Expert


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  • SSL Announce The XL-Desk - The Smart Dumb Analogue Console
    Solid State Logic have announced what they describe as the ‘smart dumb analague console’ the XL-Desk. The desk includes lots of very cool features such as the SSL Buss Comp, internal 500 series slots and multiple busses, it’s a real mixing desk made in the SSL tradition.SSL say this about the new console;XL-Desk is a modern twist on the classic analogue studio console. It’s designed for tracking or mixing engineers who require an analogue console within a DAW centric studio, but don’t want or need the integrated DAW control and analogue level automation other SSL console products have made the new hybrid studio standard.SSL XL-Desk In DetailXL-Desk is in many ways a traditional 24 into 8 analogue console but it packs in an incredible collection of features. It has 20 channel strips: 16 dual input mono (switchable between main input or DAW return) and 4 stereo channels. The first eight channels have VHD mic pre’s. There is an 18 slot 500 format rack built in that can be used for processing or mic pre’s. XL-Desk ships with a legendary SSL Stereo Bus Compressor module in slots 17 & 18 (hard wired to Mix A). The rack has its own dedicated high spec’ power supply.There are four main Mix Buses (A, B, C, D) with buses B, C and D able to be summed into Mix A. The Buses and channels can access the 500 rack and each have a separate insert point for processing. There are two mono aux sends and two stereo return inputs. Direct outputs on every channel, stereo return and mix bus enable convenient stem printing. Each channel has a Cue Stereo Bus section (with Pan and Volume) used to provide one of the headphone mixes while tracking. At mixdown the mono channel DAW return signals can be routed to the CUE ST bus and then summed into Mix A, so there are 16 main faders + 16 Cue ST inputs + 4 Stereo channels providing 40 summing inputs (using the stereo returns and insert Sum functions you can squeeze in over 50 summing inputs). There is also a fully-featured monitoring section with bass management (3 sets of speakers + subwoofer), Foldback A and B with individual talkbacks for headphone mixes and a built in Listen Mic input + classic compressor circuit, with its own direct output.SSL XL-Desk Key Features20 + 1 fader, over 40 input SuperAnalogue SSL console8-built in Variable Harmonic Drive (VHD) preamps16 dual input mono channels (switchable between main input or DAW return)4 stereo channels (switchable to mono for tracking)The legendary Ste…
    - 1 hour ago, 1 Oct 14, 11:02am -
  • New Version Of iLok License Manager Available With New Hide Feature
    So anyone who opens their iLok License Manager, as I did this morning, should be presented with this rather unfriendly warning that you need to update your License manager software.Think Before You UpdateAs we say with all updates, irrespective of where they come from, do not do the update if you are in the middle of a key project. Wait until the project is completed, and it doesn’t matter if its Pro Tools, Waves or iLok, the same message applies. The only difference here is if you need to work on your iLok licenses you have to do the update.So I clicked on the OK button and was presented with this window which explains what fixes are in this new version of iLok License Manager.I downloaded and installed the update and although there is a lot of ‘under the hood’ work gone on as users there is a very useful feature that iLok have added to the license manager. I also ran Pro Tools and didn’t get any nasty, “I can’t find the license” messages so all seems well on that front.Hide Your Old LicensesI don’t know if you are anything like me, but I have a lot of old and expired licenses cluttering up my license manager windows. Well now you can hide them all into a new Hidden tab.Once you are logged in on your iLok License Manager with v2.4 or higher, go to your All Licenses tab and now if you right click on a license you get the option to Hide it.Maybe my situation is a little different but I have a lot of old NFR licenses that have expired and so I was able to go through and move them into the new Hidden tab.When you select a license you want to hide, you get this nag window come up…If you are sure you want to go ahead, then click OK and if all goes well you will get a confirmation window come up…You can do them in bulk by selecting multiple licenses and I was able to clear out hundreds of expired licenses, not just NFRs but licenses for software that no longer exists.Be aware that some licenses that are on an iLok will need deactivating before they can be hidden but the License Manager will advise you of this, if you try and hide a license that needs to be deactivated first.If you need to deactivate a license then select it from the list for that iLok, right click on the license and select the Deactivate option. Once deactivated you will be able to hide the license.More Bug Fixes And TweaksClick here to get details of all the fixes in v2.4 of the iLok License Manager.
    - 1 hour ago, 1 Oct 14, 11:01am -
  • Digital Sound Factory Ultimate E-Mu Ensoniq Rack £149 – 50% Savings
    We had a very succesful deal at the end of last year where we offered the Digital Sound Factory Proteus Pack.  As you may remember what sets the Digital Sound Factory sounds apart from the others is that Digital Sound Factory has acquired the exclusive rights to the original Proteus hardware sound ROM’s and has remastered this legendary content for software synthesizers. Starting with the original waveforms, DSF has programmed over 3,500 instruments used in the Proteus hardware to be compatible with modern software synthesizer formats. So these sounds are way more than resampling classic hardware, they have access to the original data that created these classic sound modules.Now We are Offering The DSF Ultimate PackThe Ultimate Rack is a collection of instruments created by E-MU - Ensoniq Sound Designers. This sound set is not recordings of the hardware, but the actual samples used to create each sound module. Custom Kontakt instruments contain all of the authentic hardware programs and an easy to use interface. Instrument knobs can instantly be assigned to MIDI controllers for adjusting parameters on the fly. Don’t miss out on this amazing deal! Included in this bundle are:E-MU:Proteus 2000Mo’ PhattXtreme Lead-1Vintage ProVirtuosoEmaxENSONIQ:ASRZRMRRequires full version of Kontakt 3.5 or greater. Also available in SoundFont (SF2) and Logic EXS24 formats.
    - 5 hours ago, 1 Oct 14, 7:23am -
  • MeterPlugs - Ian Shepherd's Perception $99 - 33% Discount
    Mastering is something Music production folks with get involved in somewhere along their careers, whether you are a mastering engineer by trade or dip into it occasionally you’ll be interested by Perception.Loudness changes our perception of the music we hear, If you play someone two identical pieces of audio, but one of them is slightly louder, they perceive it as sounding brighter and bassier – “better”, in most people’s opinion.This has always been a challenge – how can we tell: “Is this really better ? Or just louder ? Making accurate, impartial judgements about this has always been a key skill of the mastering engineer, which can take years to learn – and even then, there’s an element of opinion involved.Perception allows you to hear past the “loudness deception” and make truly impartial, accurate decisions about the best possible sound for your music.Technical information:Perception is available for both PC & Mac (including Mavericks), in VST, AU and AAX versions (Pro Tools 10.3.6+ or 11) – all in 32 and 64-bit. There is currently no RTAS version. Full documentation is also included.
    - 5 hours ago, 1 Oct 14, 7:12am -
  • Pro Tools Expert RedNet Event Hosted By Alchemea London
    Join Pro Tools Expert and other industry professionals for an evening with the Focusrite RedNet team hosted by our friends at Alchemea College in London. An evening for audio professionals to meet the Focusrite RedNet team, to see RedNet in action and to take part in small informal demonstrations of RedNet’s potential in music and post environments.It is an opportunity for those who are considering investing in RedNet to have their questions answered and to see and hear it in action.There will be a free bar during the evening so it’s also a great opportunity for audio professionals to meet up and chat over drinks.The event takes place on Tuesday October 21st 2014 at Alchemea College in London.Spaces are very limited so book early, only those with tickets will be admitted on the evening.Click here to book your RedNet Event tickets now
    - 5 hours ago, 1 Oct 14, 7:09am -
  • Nugen Audio Celebrate Their 10th Anniversary With A New Plug-in - MasterCheck And A BOGOF Offer
    In this Show & Tell video, Mike takes you on a tour of the new MasterCheck plug-in from Nugen Audio to help you deliver content in this new loudness normalised world including on line services like iTunes Radio and Spotify. Watch and find out what the hidden feature is and why he has awarded MasterCheck Editors Choice.Mix & Master for Today’s Music Platforms MasterCheck reveals how the consumer will hear your productions on a range of platforms, so you can produce with confidence and certainty. Mix and Master for the listener directly to Apple, Spotify, DAB Radio and TV specifications. MasterCheck FeaturesProduce for iTunes, Spotify & others, check dynamics for playoutAvoid downstream clipping introduced by compression codecsCompare loudness & dynamics with reference materialMatch loudness across FX chainsMeasure the ‘loudness war’See and audition in real timeObjectively evaluate compression settings with PLR (Peak-to-Loudness Ratio) & loudness matchingCompatible with recommendations from all ITU-R B.S.1770 standardsMore on MasterCheckPrice - MasterCheck is $129 or £85 plus taxes where appropriate.Click for more information and to buy the Nugen Audio MasterCheck plug-inAs part of their 10th anniversary celebrations Nugen Audio are offered a Buy One Get One Free offer (BOGOF) for October 2014.Buy any two plug-ins from the Nugen Audio store or via their dealers and get the cheaper Nugen Audio plug-free. So there has never been a better time to buy Nugen Audio plug-ins.
    - 17 hours ago, 30 Sep 14, 7:19pm -
  • Exclusive: Lindell Audio Announce Plug-ins Of Their 500 Series Hardware - Get Them From Pro Tools Expert
    We are thrilled to announce that Lindell Audio, makers of awesome 500 series hardware, are now shipping a new range of plug-in emulations of their own hardware.Pro Tools Expert have been working behind the scenes with them during the development process, we have also made sure that Pro Tools Expert users get them first and you can now buy them direct from us now.The range consists of 3 beautifully modelled 500 series units as well as a full 500 series rack containing all you need for some vintage 500 series goodness. Even better the prices are killers, the single plug-ins are just £59* and the complete channel strip is just £149*.Watch our show and tell video of the Lindell plug-insLindell ChannelX Channel StripPerhaps the ultimate channel strip, the Channel X bundle contains all 3 plug-ins:6X-500 pre amp / filters plug-in7X-500 FET compressor plug-inPEX-500 passive EQ plug-inPlus a mega channel strip housed in a 506 Power box.Just £149*Key features6X-500 Pre Amp/Filters Plug-inFaithful hardware circuit emulation of the Lindell Audio 6X-500 ModulePassive Pultec EqualizerTransformer Balanced Input and OutputPrecision 5 Slopes Low Pass and High Pass FiltersAnalog Warmth and Non Linearities£59*7X-500 FET Compressor Plug-inFaithful hardware circuit emulation of the Lindell audio 7X-500 moduleFET feedback compressor with classic 1176 soundMix control for parallel compression3 step or continuous attack time3 step or continuous release timeHigh pass side chain filter3 step ratio: 4:1, 12:1 and 100:1 (all in)Transformer balanced outputAdjustable stereo linkAnalog warmth and non linearities£59*PEX-500 passive EQ Plug-inFaithful hardware circuit emulation of the Lindell audio PEX-500 modulePultec Style EqualizerPassive Eq design with a hybrid opamp gain make up circuitTransformer balanced outputAnalog warmth and non linearitiesMid / side stereo processing mode£59** Taxes apply in certain territories.CompatibilityMac: AudioUnits : 32 bits, 64 bits, VST : 32 bits, 64 bits, VST3 : 32 bits, 64 bits, AAX : 32 bits, 64 bits, RTASWindows: VST : 32 bits, 64 bits, VST3 : 32 bits, 64 bits, AAX : 32 bits, 64 bits, RTAS
    - 1 day ago, 30 Sep 14, 7:59am -
  • Kevin Darbyshire-Bryant Wins Sonnox Community Award For August
    We awarded Kevin the Sonnox Community Award for August back in Podcast 133 for his ongoing support to the community with his comments to our posts. Kevin has been so busy that it has taken till now to get a photo and for him to choose which plug-in from the Sonnox Elite Collection. In fact Kevin told even in this image, he is not at his best, as it was taken right after last night’s/this morning’s Channel 4 NFL show. Kevin told us…Hi Pro Tools Expert.  I am absolutely thrilled to get the Sonnox Community Award, it came totally out of the blue.  Kaya the spaniel happy too.  Thank you & thank you Sonnox for extending your support to the community.  Of course choosing a plug-in from their range is something I’ve been agonising over ever since, more like a kid in a sweet shop, when you can only have one free sweet!  However I have eventually decided upon Oxford Dynamics plug-in please.  I’m looking forward to using it on some voice over tracks as Mike Aiton says the warmth control is to die for.  Also as it’s 5.1 capable and very flexible it’s going to go across some 5.1 stems too replacing some of the stock plug-ins that are nowhere near as 5.1 aware or flexible.  It’s going to help my session interchange with others too, occasionally receiving sessions with existing Oxford Dynamics plug-ins has previously been a bit of a pain, now I don’t have to worry.You too can be like Kevin and win an awesome Sonnox plug-in from their Elite Collection by making regular and positive contributions to the Pro Tools community.
    - 1 day ago, 30 Sep 14, 7:53am -
  • Majority Of Pro Tools HD Users Working From Home Shows Poll
    During our recent Waves webinar we ran a number of polls, two revealed a growing trend, that Pro Tools HD users are increasingly working from home.In our first poll of around 1000 attendees around 60% of those who answered said they were owners of Pro Tools HD systems.When the same group were asked ‘where do you mix and record’ 57% said they worked in a professional home studio and only 13% said they used a commercial studio. In some cases some users said they did both, this has always been one of the main reasons many use Pro Tools, knowing they can move a project easily between locations.Reducing Budgets For ProjectsThese numbers are hardly surprising, the reduction of both music and post production budgets, the closure of many music and post facilities and the reducing cost of professional equipment make working from a home studio more likely.Once Pro Tools HD systems and the profesionals who use them were largely found in commercial studios, but now you are as likely to find the same professionals working from their bedroom or a shed in the garden.
    - 1 day ago, 30 Sep 14, 6:03am -
  • Waves DigiGrid Webinar
    If you missed the Waves DigiGrid webinar then head over to the archive where the entire event is avaiable for you to watch and read at your leisure.Watch the Waves DigiGrid webinar here
    - 2 days ago, 29 Sep 14, 4:54pm -

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  • Pro Tools Track Hack Trick - The Complete Video Series Mac And Windows
    The Pro Tools track hack, first found by community member Philip Nicols has been one of our most popular items on the blog ever - apart from pics of Russ in a mankini. however we had to take the pics of Russ down but the good news is here is a recap of all the Pro Tools track hack videos. EnjoyPro Tools Track Hack In Pro Tools 11 - MacPro Tools Track Hack In Pro Tools 10 - MacPro Tools Track Hack In Pro Tools - Windows 7
    - 2 days ago, 29 Sep 14, 3:01pm -
  • Free Reverse Loops From The Makers Of REV
    Ouputsounds, the makers of REV a different take on loops are offering some free sounds that you can use in Kontakt that they have created using REV. You don’t need REV to use these loops. Check out their video too.The 300 Mb ZIP archive contains reverse loops for Kontakt (5.01+) and REX2. WAV and Apple Loops are included as well. Installation instructions are included in a Readme file.A download link will be sent to you after filling out your name and email address.More info here - spooL esreveR eerF
    - 2 days ago, 29 Sep 14, 2:00pm -
  • A-Z Of Pro Tools - B Is For Bounce To Disk & Bounce To Track
    Bounce To Disk is the way in which either entire mixes or parts of a mix can be mixed down to a file using the internal mix engine in Pro Tools.A Little HistoryIn the ‘good old days’ of audio production whenever a track needed to be mixed then it would be sent as an analogue audio signal to another machine, or to another track on the same machine. In the very early days before multitrack recorders this would be playing off one machine, adding a live performance, and mixing them together onto another machine and then doing it over and over until it was finished.Then as multitrack machines came along, once you had used 3 of the 4 tracks, to add more tracks, you had to mix those first 3 tracks down and record it onto the 4th track so that you could free up the first 3 tracks to record more material and so on.  As multitracks expanded the need for more tracks always out stripped the tracks available so that the practice continued through into the digital world with machines like the Tascam DA88 and Alesis ADAT.Then there was the final bounce to a separate stereo machine to make the final master, first in analog and then digital. As technology developed DAWs began to offer the option to do all of these options within the box including creating a final master file for either manufacture or more recently for digital distribution on the internet.Bounce To DiskThere are various names for this process, in Pro Tools it is called Bounce To Disk, in other DAWs it is sometimes called render to disk.Bounce to disk reduces the need for any external equipment to be needed when creating a final master audio file or to create additional stems.Online And Offline BounceIn Pro Tools versions 10 and below Bounce to Disk is an online (real-time) process meaning that any bouncing of the audio takes the time of the entire length of the song or audio marked on the timeline. Offline Bounce was introduced in Pro Tools 11 offering faster than real-time bouncing of the audio, this is normally a faster than real-time process but the time taken is determined by the complexity of the session and the plug-ins used.Uses For Bouncing AudioThe first use for bouncing audio is as already outlined, to complete a final stereo or surround mix of the audio.Bouncing can also be used for creating separate audio stems, for example when delivering a set of different mix components for film and TV.The final use for bouncing audio to create audio versions of complex tracks and to free u…
    - 2 days ago, 29 Sep 14, 8:52am -
  • Avid S6 Video Tutorial From RSPE Audio - Layouts
    RSPE Audio has just released a new Avid S6 video showcasing layouts. In the S6 video tutorial, Hollywood mixer Gary Lux shows how to create, edit and recall layouts. Layouts on the Avid S6 allow you to program and map channels onto the surface from any of the EUCON-connected DAW.To learn more about the S6, visit our blog dedicated to Avid’s S6. 
    - 2 days ago, 29 Sep 14, 8:30am -
  • Recording And Mixing Without Limitations Isn't Always The Best Thing And Won't Prepare You For The Professional World
    My wife and I have a common hatred… jogging. We live right by a park and we simply can’t see the point of running around a park aimlessly. We always chuckle watching parents jogging with strollers, they look like they’ve stolen a baby. My sister is a triathlete, just the thought of it tires me out, she trains relentlessly to make sure she is in shape for the events she competes in.Production without any limits can be like jogging - it’s fun and keeps you in shape, you may even be able to run a marathon but the truth is that having goals can help you to focus and give you far better results.Recording and mixing for fun can be great, but it has it’s pitfalls, mostly down to having no restrictions and certainly no goals. If you are not careful you can disappear down a black hole and spend your life chasing your tail.If you want to sharpen your recording and mixing skills then here are a few ways you can do that, most of them drawn from the world of being an audio professional.Set Yourself An Imaginary DeadlineProfessionals don’t have limitless time to finish jobs, in most cases the deadline can be very tight. Try setting yourself an imaginary deadline in which to track the session or to finish the mix. If you don’t know what that deadline should be then you need to consider the second thing professionals face… budgets.Set Yourself An Imaginary BudgetIf you are not able to set an imaginary deadline then sit down and figure out how much you would want to earn as an audio professional.If you want to earn £26,000 a year from mixing then that equates to around £100 a day before any taxes, overheads and deductions - factor those in and you will probably be looking at earning £150 a day, 5 days a week, every week of the year, few professionals have this amount of work so we’re working on the liberal side of income.So if you get £500 to mix an album then you need to mix around 3 songs a day. You may think that £500 to mix an album is not a lot, you are right, but sadly the internet is full of ‘pro mixing’ sites that offer mixing at utterly stupid rates. Even if you imagine your business can work in a bubble without competition, then if you need to earn £350 a day and someone have given you a £350 to mix some tracks then the maths isn’t hard to do - you’ve got a day! Your budget will determine how long you have to do the job in.Find Yourself An Imaginary Client… A Fussy OneIf hard deadlines and tight budgets don’t sha…
    - 3 days ago, 28 Sep 14, 12:27pm -
  • Waves Weekend Deals
    Waves Special Offers For This Weekend3 more great plug-ins at great prices from our friends at Waves, but hurry these will finish on Sunday.Waves Linear Phase Multiband Compressor Native Plug-in $79 - normally $250Waves Manny Marroquin Delay Native Plug-in $49 till Sunday - normally $100Waves Vocal Bundle $149 till Sunday - normally $600 Grab them while you can.Last Few Days For September Waves Special OffersHere are some highlights from the special offers Waves are offering in September…Waves Masters Bundle $249 - normally $700Waves Platinum Bundle $749 - normally $1600Waves Native Power Pack $149 - normally $300Check out the Specials page too for more great deals.
    - 4 days ago, 27 Sep 14, 9:00pm -
  • Do I Need An Extended Keyboard For Pro Tools?
    Continuing the theme of Pro Tools and the use of keyboards from last week, considering how ubiquitous laptops have become in audio production, their performance in terms of processing power and the connectivity options offered by Thunderbolt can make owning a desktop computer seem unnecessary. However there is one area in which Pro Tools and laptops are still an awkward match. I find using Pro Tools without an extended keyboard so inconvenient that if I know I am going to be using Pro Tools on my laptop I will often carry an extended keyboard with me and I suspect I’m not the only one. So which of the many uses for the number pad is it that I miss when I’m on a laptop? Here are 5 which come to mind though as we’ll see sometimes it is the ignorance of the user which is the problem rather than laptop keyboards…Show/Hide Floating WindowsScreen space is limited on a laptop and because of this being able to manage floating windows is especially important. I use these three show/hide shortcuts more than any others and when they aren’t available it really slows me down:CMD+1 - Transport WindowCMD+4 - Automation WindowCMD+5 - Memory Locations Window(PC Users substitute Control for Command) Nudging The AudioNudging in Pro Tools is endlessly useful, so useful that it definitely deserves more attention in another post coming soon. If you aren’t a regular command focus user you might think you need the + and - keys on the number pad to use nudge. For years (and unfortunately it was years) I wondered how anyone could edit in Pro Tools without a keyboard command for nudge. When I finally took the plunge into command focus shortcuts I found the nudge commands had been there all along. To nudge use “,” and “.” and to nudge by the next bigger value use “m” and “/”.Recall Memory LocationUsing “decimal point - memory location number - decimal point” you can quickly recall memory locations. See my article on faking VCA spill for ideas on how to use memory locations for more than just recalling markers. While you can recall memory locations by clicking in the memory locations window, I really need the screen space when I’m working on a 13” screen. As markers get used so much when tracking this is something I really miss when using a laptop.Drop markersUsing the enter key to drop a marker was always the shortcut I missed the most as I often find myself using a laptop with Pro Tools while tracking using a mobile rig. Having ex…
    - 4 days ago, 27 Sep 14, 11:00am -
  • Sampling Masterclass Part 1
    Marcus Huyskens starts this new series of sampling masterclass.In this first video tutorial Marcus talks about cleaning up the samples using various techniques.Marcus is founder of Bad Cat Samples and and part of the Pro Tools Expert team.Members watch it hereJoin now to watch this and over 500 exclusive Pro Tools video tutorials
    - 4 days ago, 27 Sep 14, 6:45am -
  • Running Pro Tools On The Surface Pro 3 - Video
    Robin Vincent does a full show and tell video of Pro Tools runinng on the new Microsoft Surface Pro 3.He talks through the pros and cons of running Pro Tools on the Surface Pro 3 and considers screen resolution, performance and battery life.Watch the full video and see the report by PC guru Robin.
    - 5 days ago, 26 Sep 14, 3:24pm -
  • Iosono Join Barco And Auro Technologies
    Barco have been working very closely with partners Auro Technologies to offer the cinema world an integrated 3D solution for both pictures and sound.  Together they are committed to providing the best immersive sound system in the cinema market and it would seem as if this is bearing fruit.Open standardBarco and Auro are pushing for an open standard for immersive sound. Brian Claypool, senior director of strategic business development at Barco told us….Creating a standardised format for immersive sound is critical as it helps to control costs for content to be produced and distributed and will ultimately speed the adoption of immersive sound worldwide. As this standardisation effort continues, Barco remains committed to providing immersive sound solutions with its partners Auro Technologies and IOSONO that are designed to fulfil the needs of the exhibition industry and give content creators the flexibility and tools to produce the best work imaginable.Wilfried Van Baelen, CEO of Auro Technologies added…We are so excited to be able to work together with more innovators like IOSONO to further develop, the tools and processes that make the object based part of the Auro-3D format a truly magical experience. IOSONO and Barco are the perfect complementary partners to further develop the Auro 3D listening experience and we look forward to showing the world what this new element of collaboration will yield for the industry.More On IosonoIt will be very interesting to see how the companies work together. You can see our show and tell review of the Iosono AnyMix Pro surround panner and upmixing plug-in.More on Wilfried Van BaelenIf you want to hear more about about what drives Wilfried Van Baelen then you can listen to an extending interview with Mike Thornton.More on Auro 3DWe will be releasing a series of video interviews with the team at Auro over the coming months too.
    - 6 days ago, 25 Sep 14, 8:30am -
  • Stereo Electric Guitar Tricks In Pro Tools
    Russ shows a couple of simple tricks for making electric guitars stereo in Pro Tools.The best bit is that both tricks require no extra gear and cost zero to make happen!Members watch it hereJoin now to watch this and over 500 exclusive Pro Tools video tutorials
    - 7 days ago, 24 Sep 14, 9:16am -
  • Pro Tools Expert Podcast 135
    Russ, Mike, and Neil are here to bring you another show with talking points, tips, tricks and questions answered.No Podcast Next WeekWaves DigiGrid Webinar  Groove 3 Titles We LikeNew EastWest SSL/FX Explained by Eli Krantzberg Free video - Your I/O Has Changed Alert CompetitionsWin A FabFilter Total Bundle Or The New Pro-Q 2 EQ Plug-in - 1st prize the FabFilter total Bundle and 2 runners up prizes of their brilliant new EQ plug-in the Pro-Q 2 5 Chances To Win A Copy Of Acon Digital’s DeVerberate Plug-in - 5 copies of their dereverb plug-in which we had on a deal back in July.Win A Life Time Subscription To Musistic - A New Cross Platform Collaboration Plug-in A new take on collaboration across any DAW win a subscription for life.Deals pageSound Effects 3D Audio IR1 Impulse Response Set - £48 Acon Digital Restoration Suite £39 - 33% DiscountJoey Waronker Drums From Loop Loft With Exclusive Pro Tools Sessions £32 - 33% DiscountTalking Points Kindly Sponsored By Universal AudioShow and tell review of new UAD AMS RMX 16UAD New Thunderbolt interface now with Thunderbolt 2 compatibilityWaves WLC and Mac Beta Blue Cat Audio Release Their Plug’n Scripting Plug-In Surround In Pro Tools - Paid For Feature? Come On Avid Give Me A Break Pro Tools Expert & Waves DiGiGrid DLS WEBINAR - Monday 29th September 2014 - 7:00pm BST Community Feedback Kindly Sponsored by RSPE Audio SolutionsLook for RSPE at AES from 9th to 12 October at booth 1437 and its the last days of the Royer Ribbon Summer Rebate and savings $300 on Adam SubsSean O’Brien asks if we can make a video on how to get the sounds in the song Flight from MonterCatJim Burke asks if we could make a video about the harmony section of iZotope’s Nectar 2.We have already done itAndres Gonzalez wanted to share an explanation of overtones and harmonics on SoundCloudChris Bach wanted to let the community know that Garritan are doing a sale on their orchestra products  until Sept 30th and although they aren’t AAX they do work in Pro Tools 11 using PatchWork.Brenton Craig wants to know what the guitar settings on Xpand2 in our video “How To Transform Your Delay Effects In Pro Tools For Free”Questions - Kindly Sponsored by AlchemeaThere is going to be a great competition with Alchemea that money can’t buy.Kyle Whittaker is having problems with MIDI notes hanging on but can’t track down what is causing it.James Clark is having problems with hardwar…
    - 7 days ago, 24 Sep 14, 8:22am -
  • Unloadable’ Strike 2.0 Presets Workaround
    Some users of Strike have identified a small bug which prevents browsing long lists in Strike 2.The issues means that when a user tries to move down a long list of presets the list jumps back up to the top.Long time community member John Eyers has created a workaround.Hold down CONTROL + ALT (Windows) while clicking on the Preset to load any of the previously “unloadable” presets.This may affect Windows users only, although Mac users may have a similar problem.Strike 2 ExplainedIf you are yet to master Strike 2 then Strike 2 Explained by Groove 3 will help you get the best from this drum VI. The video tutorial series features.11 tutorials / 1hr 40min total runtime.For all beginner to intermediate Strike 2 usersShot with version 2 of StrikeTutorials written by Russ HughesSimple to use video control interface for Mac & PCWatch Online, Download, Stream to iPad, iPhone & iPodMore here
    - 7 days ago, 24 Sep 14, 7:39am -
  • Windows 8 Storage Spaces - The Easy Way To Parity RAID Backups
    Are you running Windows 8 and have a load of old unused hard drives hanging around doing nothing?Use Windows Storage spaces to make a redundant RAID array that’s really easy to manage, best of all it doesn’t matter what varying sizes the drives physically are.You can use any mixed sized drives you have to hand plus if any one of those drives fail your data is still safe while you replace it.If you don’t have a secure backup solution currently in place this may be the answer for you.I’m going to build myself a little standalone machine out of old spare parts i have just for this purpose instead of an expensive NAS enclosure and expensive matched capacity drives, then tuck it away somewhere out of sight and sound and access it via my gigabit network.This setup is unlikley to be useful for use with Pro Tools as it does not support software RAID but would be great for a secondary backup destination for your projects, sound libraries, installers and other files you need to keep safe.Coupled with some form of cloud backup service I think you will be pretty well covered.See it in action in the very well presented video by TrainSignal/PluralSightThanks also to Jon Christopher for pointing out to me a similar Application is available for OSX users called ZFS see here for more details 
    - 8 days ago, 23 Sep 14, 4:23pm -
  • Warning Waves Licence Centre (WLC) Not Compatible With OS X 10.10 Yosemite Beta
    We’ve been taking one for the team again and found out that the latest version of Apple OS X 10.10 Yosemite public beta is incompatible with Waves Licence Centre WLCSome system running the Yosemite beta version will not allow the WLC to run correctly and may mean that Waves licences will not load when running your software.We’ve had extensive discussion with Waves who confirm that Apple Mac Yosemite public beta is not qualified for use with WLC and is therefore unsupported.We’ve confirmed this on two of our test machines and suggest not running the beta.
    - 8 days ago, 23 Sep 14, 12:03pm -
  • Problems With Timecode And Field Recorder Workflow - Can You Help?
    Community member Johannes Wengert sent us in this question and to date we have drawn a blank and so we thought someone else in the community may have the answer. Johannes asked…I have a question concerning metadata in wav-files. I’ve received an AAF from Media Composer (not embedded audio, not consolidated but full copies of all wav files) and successfully imported it. Everything good so far. Now comes the problem: I need to conform the multitrack audio (it’s a concert recording) to the rough mix from Media Composer using the “field recorder guide track” option in PT using timecode. Everything has been recorded properly with TC during the show so no problem there. Pro Tools cannot conform the tracks because there is no valid time stamp in the audio from MC - When I look at the files using the Workspace or the “Wave Agent” by SoundDevices it shows a Original Time Stamp / Start TC of 01:00:00:00 for every fileWaveAgent View - click on the image to see a larger versionThe weird thing is: When selecting View -> Clip -> Original Time Stamp Pro Tools shows a time stamp for each clip. Not 01:00:00:00 but the correct one (I know it is the correct one since the show was recorded with real-TC). Yet the “expand channels” function doesn’t find or conform the multitrack recording. How can this be? Why does PT show a time stamp in the clip view but not in the workspace or the file itself? I’m a bit confused…Apart from that we cannot figure out why or where the original time stamp information gets “lost” because we know it was there before the MC import. It’s very painful to nail this issue down since there are so many points where the metadata could be lost. Any help would be greatly appreciated.Can anyone help Johannes, the data is clearly in there somewhere as the timecode displays on the clips. If you have experience of the field recorder workflow and can offer any help then please chip in. My only thoughts are to conform the multitrack session using something like Ediload from Sounds In Sync but surely this requirement is exactly what the Field Recorder Workflow was created for?
    - 8 days ago, 23 Sep 14, 11:01am -
  • Using iZotope RX4 To Automate Clip Gain
    In this free video tutorial Russ shows the new Leveller feature in iZotope RX4, this can used to automate clip gain. In this example he uses it on a vocal. He also uses the de-breath module from Nectar 2 for removing extraneous breaths from the track.
    - 8 days ago, 23 Sep 14, 7:24am -
  • Universal Audio Announces UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt DSP Accelerators
    Our friends at Universal Audio have announced the new UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt  DSP Accelerators. UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt DSP Accelerators are a sleek, powerful way for Thunderbolt-equipped Mac users to “supercharge” their systems and run larger mixes filled with rich, DSP-intensive plug-ins. These desktop-friendly units provide full access to UAD Powered Plug-Ins, including exclusive plug-ins from Studer, Ampex, Lexicon, Neve, Manley, SSL, and more.UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt DSP Accelerator ModelsAvailable in QUAD or OCTO models with a choice of four or eight SHARC processors, UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt DSP Accelerators can also be integrated alongside UAD-2 PCIe cards and Thunderbolt-enabled Apollo interfaces, including Apollo Twin, Apollo, and Apollo 16 — for truly scalable mixing power.UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt DSP Accelerator Plug-in OptionsFor an immediate out-of-the-box mixing experience, UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt DSP Accelerators are available in Core, Custom, and Ultimate software packages. The Core package includes the Analog Classics Plus plug-in bundle, while Custom adds a choice of any three individual UAD plug-ins at registration. The Satellite Thunderbolt OCTO Ultimate is UA’s flagship package, and includes more than 79 UA-developed plug-ins — up to and including UAD software v7.8. UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt Street PricingUAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt - QUAD Core ($999)UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt - QUAD Custom ($1,399)UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt - OCTO Core ($1,499)UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt - OCTO Custom ($1,899)UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt - OCTO Ultimate ($5,999)UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt Key FeaturesRun UAD Powered Plug-Ins via Thunderbolt or Thunderbolt 2 connection on Macs for improved performance at higher sample rates, and reduced plug-in latency versus FireWire4 (QUAD) or 8 (OCTO) SHARC processors provide a massive DSP boost for running large professional mixes Access over 90 plug-ins from Ampex, Lexicon, Roland, Studer, Neve, Manley, SSL, EMT, Empirical Labs, MXR and more Includes “Analog Classics Plus” plug-in bundle, featuring the UA 610-B Preamp & EQ and Legacy 
editions of the LA-2A Classic Audio Leveler, 1176LN / 1176SE Classic Limiting Amplifier, Fairchild 670 Tube Limiter, Pultec Pro Equalizers, UA Precision Enhancer Hz, CS-1 Precision Channel, and RealVerb Pro plug-ins Available with Core, Custom, and Ultimate 3 software packagesCombine with other UAD-2 devices,…
    - 9 days ago, 22 Sep 14, 6:45pm -
  • A-Z Of Pro Tools - A Is For AAX
    Our sister sites are running the A-Z of their DAWs, we thought it was a nice idea so here goes.The A-Z of Pro Tools, some letters will yield deeper articles than others, but it will be fun to do.A is for AAX.The AAX plug-in format was announced on 20th October 2011, AAX being the acronym for Avid Audio eXtension. AAX was developed to replace the RTAS and TDM plug-in formats which were 32 bit and made it impossible for Avid to create a 64bit DAW.AAX is a 64 bit plug-in format made exclusively for Pro Tools 10 and 11. 32 bit versions of AAX plug-ins worked in Pro Tools 10. It took a little longer to implement it into Avid’s video editor - Media Compser but as of v8.1 Meda Composer now supports AAX Native plug-ins too.AAX Native And AAX DSPThere are 2 types of AAX plug-in:AAX Native for use in Pro Tools, Pro Tools HD Native and Pro Tools HDX systemsAAX DSP for use in Pro Tools HDX systems.With AAX, you can share sessions between DSP-accelerated Pro Tools systems and native-based Pro Tools systems and continue using the same plug-ins. Your sessions will sound exactly the same, regardless of the rig you’re using.How Many Developers Have Ported To AAX?AAX has been a huge success for Avid with many vendors porting to AAX Native, there are now several hundred AAX plug-ins and instruments for use in Pro Tools 11.AAX DSP porting has been less popular with around 50% of developers who made TDM versions of Pro Tools plug-in only porting their TDM plug-ins to AAX native formats. However some other developers have created AAX DSP plug-ins for the first time. In reality there are far more AAX Native plug-ins than there are AAX DSP, this is partly due to the efficiency of the new Avid 64bit audio engine making DSP less of a requirement for many Pro Tools users.Where I Can Find AAX Plug-ins?Pro Tools Expert started the first AAX database on the web and we continue to maintain it to make sure Pro Tools users can find out what AAX plug-ins are available, check the AAX plug-in database here
    - 9 days ago, 22 Sep 14, 4:40pm -
  • The Best RedNet Video To Date - Focusrite // RedNet in action at Sonic Fuel
    We have to admit that at times the whole RedNet idea can leave us scratching our heads, we think it’s a brilliant way to connect stuff but it’s not always clear exactly what does what.This video is the best RedNet video to date and covers so many of the questions with clear answers and practical examples.RedNet At Sonic Fuel StudiosChris Lennertz composes music for film, TV and video games from his studio, Sonic Fuel, in Los Angeles, California. Like most of his peers, his routine from one day to the next is anything but ordinary. He could be recording strings for a music cue in a movie one day, then scoring themes for a network TV show the next. As a result, he needs a trustworthy multi-channel audio interface system that’s flexible enough to let him work to the strict schedules and turnarounds of the film and TV industry. This means being able to to quickly and reliably transfer full musical arrangements between his Cubase composition and sequencing machine and his print rig, a Pro Tools | HD system.Until early 2014, before discovering RedNet, Chris and his assistant Alex Bornstein were finding it difficult to maintain this flexibility, so they set out on the search for a new system, as Chris explains. “Before we implemented the RedNet system, we had just 16 inputs and outputs into the Pro Tools rig. It was getting to the point where being able to print quickly was no longer working because we were making three or four passes just to capture everything in the mix. We started looking into things like a MADI infrastructure or buying more I/Os for Pro Tools®, but then we found out about RedNet and it seemed too good to be true. Soon, we realised it was exactly what we were looking for.”So, with Alex’s technical assistance, Chris made the switch to RedNet, purchasing a RedNet PCIe card, two RedNet 5 HD Bridges, a RedNet 2 16-channel A-D/D-A and a RedNet 4 eight-channel mic preamp. Now, thanks to the high I/O count and audio-routing flexibility of the RedNet system and the Dante network on which it operates, Chris and his team can print cues much faster and more reliably than ever before. “With RedNet, we can have 64 ins and outs, so we can print our cues in one pass, and both rigs can use the interfaces… It’s pretty crazy.”The RedNet SystemThere are sonic advantages to the RedNet upgrade, as well. Because the transfer between Cubase and Pro Tools takes place in the digital domain at super-low latency, (digital audio is routed int…
    - 9 days ago, 22 Sep 14, 1:00pm -

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  • Lindell Audio releases plugin lineup
    Lindell Audio, makers of fairly affordable hardware, have announced the release of plugin emulations of said hardware. There are three units emulated: 7X-500 FET Compressor, PEX-500 Passive EQ, 6X-500 Preamp. They’re yours for $99 each, which could also be said to be fairly affordable. A fourth plugin is also available if you want the whole […]
    - 15 hours ago, 30 Sep 14, 8:53pm -
  • New PSP Xenon v 1.5.0 for $69
    PSP Audioware has released a new version of their flagship mastering limiter – PSP Xenon v 1.5.0. What’s more, they’ve prepared a special offer For next 120 hours only you can buy PSP Xenon v. 1.5.0 at the special price of $69. If you’re a registered user of other PSP plugins you can get the […]
    - 3 days ago, 28 Sep 14, 9:55pm -
  • CamelPhat, CamelSpace and CamelCrusher now in AAX
    CamelPhat and CamelSpace have been updated with 64 new presets and AAX support. The update is free for all current users. CamelCrusher is also now available in AAX format. To celebrate, CamelPhat and CamelSpace are on sale for 35% off. Until 9 October, each is available for $55 / €44 / £38.
    - 4 days ago, 27 Sep 14, 6:47pm -
  • Plugin Boutique release VirtualCZ plugin
    Plugin Boutique have released VirtualCZ, a new virtual instrument inspired by 1980s synthesizers. VirtualCZ uses Phase Distortion – which is similar to FM Synthesis but easier to program. It can make great pads, leads, bass, percussion and RAVE ORGAN sounds that will fit into a wide variety of genres. Many people fondly remember the CZ […]
    - 6 days ago, 25 Sep 14, 9:12pm -
  • Universal Audio announces UAD-2 Satellite with Thunderbolt.
    Universal Audio has announced a new UAD-2 Satellite hardware which allows you to run UAD plugins with the help of its onboard DSP. The UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt, as it’s called, comes in octo or quad versions (eight or four SHARC processors) depending on your needs and of course connects via Thunderbolt. It has dual Thunderbolt […]
    - 8 days ago, 23 Sep 14, 8:59pm -
  • Toonrack releases reggae expansion for EZmix 2
    Toontrack has announced Reggae EZmix Pack, the latest addition to the line of expansions for EZmix 2. In this EZmix pack, Toontrack teamed up with the Swedish reggae studio Rub-a-Dub Studios. ”We did something unique this time”, says Ulf Edlund, Toontrack’s sound designer. ”We brought a digital rig and ran it alongside the analog setup […]
    - 10 days ago, 21 Sep 14, 1:51pm -
  • Metric Halo launches Production Bundle v.2 with a new plugin
    Metric Halo has launched version 2 of its Production Bundle of plugins. It includes a brand new plugin but also new features including. New features: New Plugin: MH Dirty Delay VST versions of all plugins for both Mac OS and Windows Band Linking in the Multiband Plugins UI Resizability in all plugins Universal Preset Manager […]
    - 12 days ago, 19 Sep 14, 6:12pm -
  • Blue Cat Audio release “Blue Cat’s Plug’n Script” scripting plugin
    Now here’s something completely new in the Pro Tools world! Blue Cat Audio have released Blue Cat’s Plug’n Script, a new scripting plugin that can be programmed to build custom audio and MIDI effects or virtual instruments, without quitting your DAW. With this plug-in, it is possible to write your own real time or offline […]
    - 13 days ago, 18 Sep 14, 8:00pm -
  • 50% off GForce Virtual String Machine
    GForce is offering you to buy Virtual String Machine and Expansion Pack for 50% off the regular purchase price. Virtual String Machine contains sounds from many classic machines, such as the Solina, and Yamaha’s GX-1 and Korg’s Lambda. Priced at just £49.99 and £34.99 inc VAT respectively ($67.00 and $47.00 approx) the offer runs for […]
    - 13 days ago, 18 Sep 14, 7:56pm -
  • Metric Halo fall sale
    Metric Halo is running a fall sale on their awesome interfaces. They’re as much $1000+ off. This special pricing is available through your local Metric Halo dealer or distributor, as well as directly from Metric Halo via the online store. Offer expires 10/31/2014.
    - 16 days ago, 15 Sep 14, 6:49pm -
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