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Technicolor Toronto
Technicolor TorontoLearn how Technicolor Toronto leverages integrated pro mixing products and workflows from Avid in order to deliver soundtracks for the biggest IMAX, film and TV productions. In this interview...From:AvidViews:315 17ratingsTime:09:45More inHowto & Style
- 6 hours ago, 19 Dec 14, 7:48am -
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:3155 20ratingsTime:09:59More inMusic
- 13 hours ago, 19 Dec 14, 12:56am -
Looking Back at Breaking Bad
Looking Back at Breaking BadHeralded as one of the most iconic television series of all time, Vince Gilligan's Breaking Bad kept audiences on the edge of their seats and challenged them...From:AvidViews:2166 33ratingsTime:41:29More inHowto & Style
- 1 day ago, 18 Dec 14, 9:14am -
Electronic Dance Music (Part 1): Beats, Percussion, and Rhythms with Maschine
Electronic Dance Music (Part 1): Beats, Percussion, and Rhythms with 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:14498 102ratingsTime:07:31More inHowto & Style
- 1 day ago, 18 Dec 14, 2:59am -
Noah "40" Shebib Mixes Hits with Pro Tools and S5 Fusion
Noah "40" Shebib Mixes Hits with Pro Tools and S5 FusionGet high-performance audio mixing in a standalone digital console specifically designed for the ultra-demanding world of professional music production. Produ...From:AvidViews:8458 123ratingsTime:10:48More inHowto & Style
- 2 days ago, 18 Dec 14, 1:28am -
Master the Art of 4K Editing (Series Preview)
Master the Art of 4K Editing (Series Preview)Get a first look at how video editing professionals quickly and efficiently acquire, manage, edit, and deliver native 4K media with Avid® Media Composer® | S...From:AvidViews:6522 35ratingsTime:06:57More inHowto & Style
- 2 days ago, 17 Dec 14, 5:35pm -
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
The Hunger Games: Catching FireEditor Alan Edward Bell, ACE is known for his innovative work. His collaboration with director Francis Lawrence on "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire", turned ...From:AvidViews:2494 17ratingsTime:29:47More inHowto & Style
- 2 days ago, 17 Dec 14, 8:29am -
Mark Sanger
Mark SangerACE Editor Mark Sanger's work on the 2013 thriller "Gravity" helped the film win seven Academy Awards, including Best Visual Effects. To create the immersive...From:AvidViews:1058 16ratingsTime:27:48More inHowto & Style
- 2 days ago, 17 Dec 14, 6:04am -
Composing with System 5
Composing with System 5Christopher Lennertz—Emmy® Award nominee for Supernatural—is the quintessential modern composer. Using a combination of talent, experience, and versatility, ...From:AvidViews:3873 8ratingsTime:04:18More inHowto & Style
- 3 days ago, 16 Dec 14, 9:24pm -
Electronic Dance Music (Part 3): Powerful Editing and Arranging with Pro Tools
Electronic Dance Music (Part 3): Powerful Editing and Arranging with Pro ToolsCreate 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:6353 32ratingsTime:06:32More inHowto & Style
- 6 days ago, 13 Dec 14, 9:55am -
Electronic Dance Music (Part 2): Basslines, Synth Parts and Virtual Instruments
Electronic Dance Music (Part 2): Basslines, Synth Parts and 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:8114 46ratingsTime:06:40More inHowto & Style
- 6 days ago, 13 Dec 14, 9:49am -
Tainted Blue and S5 Fusion
Tainted Blue and S5 FusionLearn how NYC based music studio Tainted Blue gets powerful DSP mixing and DAW control in an expandable digital console with an Avid S5 Fusion digital audio ...From:AvidViews:916 2ratingsTime:18:40More inHowto & Style
- 7 days ago, 12 Dec 14, 12:43pm -

Pro Tools Expert

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  • Want To See Pro Tools On Your iPad? Duet Display Allows You To Use Your iPad As A Second Monitor
    No it’s not a Photoshop job, that really is Pro Tools on an iPad and even better it’s using the power of the Mac to run, let us explain.Duet Display is a new Mac application for OS X and iOS that tethers your iOS compatible device to your Mac and making it a secondary monitor, but rather than being connected by laggy WIFI it uses the cable and some clever software.Developed by an ex-Apple engineer the new Duet Display app gives you an instant second monitor, even better it allows you to use touch on the iOS device to control whatever application is on screen.We’ve tested it with Pro Tools and it offers menu functions, faders, mutes, solos and more. It does not allow pinch pull editing, but many common features such as control over plug-ins, MIDI and timeline editing and work. As an instant second monitor with touch control for Pro Tools, it’s a handy little app to have. It even charges your iPad as you use it.At £6.99 Duet Display is going to be a very popular app - all we need now is Apple to make a large iPad. At the moment it is Mac only but rumours suggest a Windows version is coming.For more information on the Duet Display for Mac and iOS clcik here
    - 13 hours ago, 19 Dec 14, 12:29am -
  • Free Delay Effect Plug-in - Native Instruments Replika
    Native Instruments are offering a free delay plug-in called REPLIKA until the end of the year, after which it will cost £44.00REPLIKA is what Native Instruments describe as “THE ESSENTIAL DELAY” here are the highlights;REPLIKA packs two professional quality delays and a powerful diffusion algorithm into a sleek, streamlined interface. Simple to use with a resonant filter and classic phaser built in, REPLIKA is a versatile delay for anything from subtle slapback to warped sheets of noise.REPLIKA provides three distinct algorithms. Modern is a digital delay that delivers the crystal-clear repeats of high-end units. Vintage Digital delivers the charismatic grit of early studio delays. Diffusion delivers a fresh sound that rides the line between delay and reverb.A high-class resonant filter and classic phaser add subtle to drastic motion that can be sync’d to the beat for intense sound design. You can even adjust your signal’s placement in the mix with normal, wide, and ping pong stereo modes.REPLIKA’s powerful sound shaping features are laid out on a slick, essentials-only interface. Choose your delay mode and fine-tune lows and highs. One-knob subdivision adjustment steps you through the most widely-used delay times. And adding modulation is just as easy with simple combinations of three intuitive knobs and two buttons to choose between phaser and filter – lowpass, highpass or notch.Download REPLIKA for free here
    - 17 hours ago, 18 Dec 14, 8:54pm -
  • Antares Release Auto-Tune 8 With Flex-Tune, Real Time Pitch Correction & Ultra Low Latency
    We are very pleased to announce that Antares are the latest brand to partner with Pro Tools Expert as they release the most recent version of Auto-Tune which features Antares’ new Flex-Tune technology, with what they describe as an “ultra low-latency mode for tracking and live performance in real time, and an even better workflow”.Auto-Tune 8 Flex TuneThe new Flex-Tune feature allows you to set the rate at which Auto-Tune corrects pitch away from the scale notes, allowing singers much more freedom to exercise their vocal creativity while still providing the pitch correction and audio quality that Auto-Tune that people expect from Antares. Learn MoreAuto-Tune 8 Low LatencyAuto-Tune 8 also features a new, ultra-low latency mode that provides real time correction for tracking and live performance, editing tools that are now active during playback and are apparently even easier to use. Add to that, a more customizable workflow designed to enhance your recording experience and you have Auto-Tune 8. Learn MoreAuto-Tune 8 Automatic Mode (Click For Full Size)Auto-Tune 8 Graphical Mode (Click For Full Size)Upgrades AvailableThere are upgrade paths from Auto-Tune 7 through to Auto-Tune VST LE - Learn MoreAuto-Tune 8 System RequirementsMacintosh Versions only supported on Intel processors onlyAAX Native (64 and 32-bit compatible)Pro Tools 10.3.8 or laterMac OS 10.6.8 or later as required by your version of Pro ToolsVST (64 and 32-bit compatible)A certified compatible VST host program that supports VST3 format.Mac OS 10.6.8 or later as required by your hostAudio Units (64 and 32-bit compatible) A certified compatible host program that supports the AU formatMac OS 10.6.8 or later as required by your hostPC VersionsAAX (64 and 32-bit compatible)Pro Tools 10.3.8 or laterWindows 7 SP1, Windows 8 or later as required by your version of Pro ToolsVST (64 and 32-bit compatible)A certified compatible host program that supports the VST3 format.Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8 or later as required by your host MIDIAuto-Tune 8’s MIDI functions require that your computer be equipped with a MIDI interface and properly configured system level software. Some host applications may not support the routing of MIDI to plug-ins, in which case Auto-Tune 8 MIDI functions will not operate.iLok RequiredAuto-Tune 8 authorization requires an iLok USB smart key and the ability to access on any computer.
    - 21 hours ago, 18 Dec 14, 4:32pm -
  • Softube Saturation Knob Plug-in Now Free To All
    The Softube Saturation Knob is a great plug-in but previously only available via Avid or PreSonus, now Softube have set the beast free and you can now download it in AAX, RTAS, VST2, VST and AU completely free and without having to sign up. Softube write;As of today, Softube’s Saturation Knob is available as a free download. It can be used in any VST, Audio Units or AAX host—and also as a Rack Extension in Propellerheads Reason—on both Mac and Windows platforms. You’re welcome.The Saturation Knob has previously been available exclusively for Presonus Studio One and Pro Tools users, but today we make it available for users of other DAWs as well. For VST, AAX and Audio Units, Saturation Knob is part of the installer package, which includes all Softube plug-ins.No iLok is required for using the Saturation Knob. For any of the other Softube plug-ins in the installer package, iLok owners can download 20 day demonstration licenses. Download Softube Saturation Knob for free here
    - 23 hours ago, 18 Dec 14, 2:59pm -
  • Is It A Support Plan Or A Software Subscription?
    The Importance of Perceived ValueI’ve posted some thoughts about “perceived value” before, in my recent piece about streaming vs owning music I suggested that if something costs less, it has less perceived value. The elephant in the corner of the digital economy is that there are two kinds of goods, those which are difficult to manufacture and those which are not. The huge difference between hardware and software is the ease with which digital goods can be copied. If you can make as many of a thing as you want, how much is one worth? This is where the illegal downloader tries to justify their action. “If the product is infinitely reproducible at zero cost then I haven’t cost you anything” would be the justification to the software pirate - Of course they have cost the industry a huge amount but this cost is less tangible than stealing a physical product.  Creative Content & SoftwareThe two digital products we are most concerned with at Pro Tools Expert are creative content and software. As people who make their living or aspire to make their living producing creative content like music, videos radio programmes etc, we are more aware than most of the knock on effects of limitless online piracy. As we all know, the story can appear bleak for professionals trying to survive in a world which contains the perfect mechanism for the unrestricted, unauthorised distribution of the fruits of our labours.Living in Cloud Cuckoo LandAs software consumers it is easy to assume that software is written by massive corporations in gleaming white futuristic buildings with overpaid developers whizzing down wide corridors on Segways (at least that’s how I imagine it is). However when you sit down and think about it, that is as silly as a consumer of music assuming anyone who has ever put a record out lies all day in a platinum infinity pool in a house in the Hollywood hills. I know plenty of successful musicians, and they all have to keep a day job. The truth is that most software companies are small and margins are thin. Their position in many ways is similar to musicians or film makers in that there are a few very large players and many, many small companies trying to become big.What About Software Vendors?When someone releases creative content they are looking to recoup the costs in terms of time, effort and creativity, and their costs in terms of overheads and expenses. But spare a thought for software vendors. The process of planning and writing sof…
    - 1 day ago, 18 Dec 14, 10:00am -
  • Source Elements Release Source-Connect 3.8.1 Update & Yosemite Support For Source-Nexus
    Impressive Demo Of Source-Connect From the AES Trade Show Floor To ChicagoThe team at Source Elements decided to demonstrate a live vocal overdub with a vocalist in Chicago being recorded on the AES trade show floor in Los Angeles, using cellphone data paths and a clever aggregating device. Check out the video.Source-Connect 3.8.1 UpdateThere is a free update for all owners of Source-Connect 3.8 that is now available. There are some great new features that Source Elements have added to Source-Connect to make it even more powerful.All VersionsSupport for OSX 10.10 Yosemite64-bit AAX support for Pro Tools 1164-bit VST support for NuendoRemote Transport Sync support for 64-bit applicationsNew security features for corporate networksNew For Source-Connect Standard Receive buffer setting. Great for bridging and low-latency conversations.Subscription option for Standard version - They now have a subscription option from $35 a month. With this option you don’t need an iLok required or to purchase of a license outright and the monthly fee includes Support and upgrades. Click here to find out more.For Pro X Users3, 4, 5, 6 and 5.1 and 7.1 channelsSend SMTPE timecode along with stereo audioOr send multiple mics - the possibilities are endless.Source-Connect 3.8.1 Upgrade pricingIf you are still on 3.7 then there are upgrade options to get these new features.Pro X: $267Pro: $178Standard: $89Source-Nexus For YosemiteCurrently available for Pro Tools 10 and 11 64-bit AAX on the Mac platform, Source-Nexus is a neat application to help with application integration for Pro audio users and their studio environment. Try The Free Version Of Source-NexusYou can try their free Driver with your Mac as a virtual audio device and the good news is that it is now supported for Mac OSX 10.10 Yosemite. Source Elements tell us that support for Audio Units and VST will be out soon.“Patch in” any software such as synths, other stand alone audio processing software, phone applications, metering, encoders, decoders, external processors, other audio workstations, video editors, even a browser web page, in fact anuthing that isn’t available to you as a plug-in within Pro Tools. Its especially useful for getting Source-Connect Now to record the audio direct into Pro Tools.Try the Source-Nexus Trial here
    - 1 day ago, 18 Dec 14, 8:17am -
  • Avid Release Yosemite Drivers For Mbox3 Interface - Pro Tools Yosmite Support On the Way Perhaps?
    Thanks to eagle eyed community member Brett Parker for spotting that Avid have released Yosemite compatible drivers for the Mbox3 family of Avid Interfaces.Lets hope that this points to Yosemite support for Pro Tools 11 coming along very soon.
    - 2 days ago, 17 Dec 14, 9:35pm -
  • Exponential Audio And iZotope Help Bring Middle Earth To Life
    If you are into the goings on at Middle Earth and The Hobbit then both Exponential Audio and iZotope having been talking about how their products have been integral to the sound of Middle Earth.Exponential Audio And Middle EarthThe team at Exponential Audio are proud to work with many of the team who work at Park Road post, contributing to everything from dialogue editing to music, and who rely on Exponential Audio reverbs to get the job done. Eyes were only giving half of the information. Ears were placing moviegoers inside everything from colossal caves to tiny rooms, all created with Exponential Audio reverbs.Read more here at Exponential AudioiZotope RX And Middle EarthWhen Ray Beentjes began working on The Lord of the Rings, many of the actors’ best performances were simply unusable because of various audio issues. Most of the filming took place in New Zealand, and the audio was often contaminated with noise from production equipment and the surrounding environment.  Ray explained to the team at iZotope…An actor could have delivered a stellar performance on location, but the audio would often be unusable. They would then have to spend hours in a dubbing room re­recording their lines, and due to the complexity of the production, they might be covering what was six months worth of filming in a two day ADR session. That often makes it very difficult to create the same mood again.The audio team began searching for a solution that would enable them to rescue troubled audio and eventually discovered iZotope RX, which Beentjes describes as a “game changer.” He goes on…RX has been fantastic, and we’ve developed a completely different workflow. Now we can focus on finding the best performances from the original material delivered by the actors. Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh love utilizing production audio over ADR where possible if it sells the performance better, and then it’s up to us to clean up that audio and get it working. That’s their gold, and that’s where the magic is for us. With RX 4 Denoiser, we were able use lines for The Hobbit that would have been thrown away during The Lord of the Rings. We were able to take lines with lots of background noise and create quite astounding results. It was very satisfying.Read the full interview with Ray Beentjes on the iZotope site here.
    - 2 days ago, 17 Dec 14, 8:24pm -
  • Softube Release A New Plug-in - The Mutronics Mutator
    The Mutronics Mutator was a stereo analog filter and an envelope follower which can be used to create mind boggling filter effects on any sound source. The original hardware was used by acts such as Radiohead, Daft Punk, Nine Inch Nails, Chemical Brothers and Beck, and it had a big part in defining the sound of the 1990s. Because a key component of the hardware Mutator became unavailable the industry thought we had lost the unique sound of the Mutator until now.Softube Create Mutator - The Plug-inMutator has an analog voltage controlled filter (VCF) for each of its two channels, which can create synth-like filter sweeps on any sound source that is fed into the unit. The filter can be controlled from a number of sources, for example the envelope follower, which sweeps the filter in proportion to the amplitude of the sound source. In Gate mode, the filter is either on or off, and the filter can also be controlled by the on-board LFOs. These have four waveforms, which create filter sweeps in our out of time with the music.Another option is to use the external sidechain input, to have an external sound source control the filter movements. For example, insert the Mutator on a pad track and have the filter move in sync with a drum loop. You can also link or unlink the two channels for trippy stereo effects, use the Width control to extend the stereo field and use the Mix knob to blend in the original sound source with the mutated sound.James Dunbar & Steve Crow, the creators of the orginal Mutronics said of the Softube Mutator…We are very pleased with the sound of it. We thing they have done a very good job of getting the sound right which for us is very important. We’ve A/Bed it with a hardware version and then tried to mimic the settings on each and they are very, very close.Softube Mutator Plug-in Formats & PriceThe plug-in is available as an AAX, VST and Audio Unit plug-in, for use in most major DAWs on both Mac and Windows. It retails for USD 199 from authorized Softube dealers, and a generous 20 day demonstration license is available for free but be aware this does require an iLok USB dongle.Softube Saturation Knob Now Available For AllIn other Softube news, they have announced that they have made the free Saturation Knob plug-in that Pro Tools users have enjoyed for a while now available to all DAW users. It is now be used by any VST, Audio Units or AAX host—and also as a Rack Extension in Propellerheads Reason—on both Mac and Windows…
    - 2 days ago, 17 Dec 14, 2:32pm -
  • Waves Offer $221 Off Vocal Rider Plug-in In Their Next Daily Deal
    For their next daily deal, Waves are offering $221 off their Vocal Rider plug-in and offering it for just $79.What Is Vocal Rider?Simply put, Vocal Rider rides the levels of vocal tracks, automatically. Instead of having to manually ride the physical mixing console fader, or tediously drawing in each individual level change on a DAW track, Vocal Rider can do it for you.All you need to do is set the target range of the vocal level in relation to the rest of the mix. Then, Vocal Rider compensates for all deviations from the target, intelligently raising or lowering the vocal volume, instantly.The Vocal Rider Live component includes a Spill control to differentiate the vocal from background instrumentation and noise, for better tracking and performance.More on Vocal Rider and the deal here.
    - 2 days ago, 17 Dec 14, 2:00pm -

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  • Source Elements Announce Upgrade To Source-Connect Now Ready For The Holidays
    We are currently looking at what makes a good voiceover mic and Source-Connect Now is another great tool for voiceovers and podcast audio. Source Elements have announced that they have added a number of new features to Source-Connect Now.They have made a commitment that Source-Connect Now will remain FREE for 128kbps mono connections between two people. Click here for more details on pricing options.Source Elements have now added an auto-reconnect feature to make it safe for Radio and live broadcasts. Source-Connect Now is now designed to reconnect if the Internet drops momentarily or on a power outage.There is now the option to pan left and right, which improves its usefulness for recording podcasts, for example. If you sign in using the Stereo mode you can now set your pan to the left or right to separate voices.To improve connections Source Elements have added even more servers, to make it faster to find guests around the world and connect to them. Source Elements do ask that if you have any connection errors to let them know as they tell us that major changes are currently underway as they start to integrate services. What Makes A Good Browser For Source-Connect Now?Our friends at Source Elements have put together an article about what a web browser needs to be able to offer so that you can use it for professional audio and why they chose the Opus codec for Source-Connect Now.Embed Source-Connect Now Into Your WebsiteOnce you have a Source-Connect Now account and you have logged in, with the Embed feature you can have HD audio on your own website, for anyone to join you with the click of a button. You can add your own HTML code, or use their new WordPress plug-in.In addition if you want your guests to sign-in with a specific preset, you can now. See this forum post on the Source Elements site for more details.What’s Next For Source-Connect Now?The team at Source elements tell us that they are working on templates for embedding Source-Connect Now in your website with your own branding, sizing and colours and that they are continuing to work on Mobile support.Got Any Good Ideas Or Feature Requests?As Source-Connect now is still in the development phase now is a great time to get in touch with the team at Source Elements with your ideas and feature requests. You can contact them at
    - 2 days ago, 17 Dec 14, 12:01pm -
  • Why One Pro Tools Expert Sold His Pro Tools HDX System And One Is Keeping His
    A lot of Pro Tools native owners wonder if Pro Tools HDX is for them. It’s a big decision to invest even in a basic Pro Tools | HD hardware system, comprising of an Avid Pro Tools HDX card and an Avid Omni interface.It is said that there is nothing more attractive than something you don’t have, in some ways Pro Tools | HD hardware can fall into the category, for some its seen as the pinnacle of the Pro Tools family. In technical terms it is, Pro Tools | HD hardware offers a number of benefits over Pro Tools native, these include;Low latencyHigh track countsGreater headroomAvid want us to all to think that we’ve not arrived unless we have Pro Tools | HD hardware.However Russ and Mike decided it would be a good article to tell you why Russ, who has owned a Pro Tools | HD hardware system based around an Avid Omni and HDX card, has decided to sell his and why Mike, who owns a Pro Tools | HD hardware system based around a HDX card, and an 8x8x8 interface with a cheese grater 2.4 GHz 8 core Mac Pro is keeping his. We hope that this article, giving both sides of the story will help those of you considering Pro Tools | HD hardware the right information to make the right choice for YOUR SITUATION.Why Russ Sold His Pro Tools HDX SystemI’ve been in the world of recording since the early 1980s. I worked for a dealer selling Digidesign Sound Tool, a Mac based stereo audio editor costing around £20,000 including the Mac. My background is as a songwriter and composer, and I’ve been using Pro Tools to do that for around 15 years. Once Digidesign started making the LE version of Pro Tools I was thrilled, it allowed me to write in my home studio and then take the sessions to professional studios and carry on working on ‘real’ Pro Tools systems. In the early days composing in Pro Tools was painful, then Digidesign started to add more features such as instrument tracks, better MIDI implementation, AIR instruments and it made Pro Tools a much better platform for me to work in as a composer. One of the biggest issues for me when working in Pro Tools over the last few years was its inability to deal with virtual instruments efficiently and a lot of the time I was having to find workarounds to make sure I could get big sessions at low latency. I recall working on a piece of music for a German TV advert in Pro Tools 9 and using a lot of instances of Omnisphere, the only way I could get to complete the session was to bounce down to stereo stems as I…
    - 3 days ago, 16 Dec 14, 10:38pm -
  • Pro Tools Expert Podcast 146
    Russ, Mike, Neil and James bring you another show with talking points, tips, tricks and questions answered. Groove 3 Titles We Like Groove 3 have their White December sale including the All Access Pass $99 for the year Virtual Mix Rack Explained from our old friend Eli KrantzbergEiosis AirEQ Explained also from Eli KrantzbergReview Of 2014 And Looking Forward To 2015 Podcast SpecialsWe will be doing two special podcasts over the holiday period. The first that will be in a week’s time will be our review of 2014. We will be sharing ours, but please let us have yours and also recording disasters and triumphs too. Please the Contact page on the site. Then at the beginning of January we will be looking forward to what 2015 will bring. Do you have any new years resolutions, or hopes and dreams for 2015? If so do share them but please tell us have them this week as well.Competitions5 Chances To Win An Editors Keys Dual Layer Pop Filter & Blast ShieldDeals pagePro Tools Expert Exclusive Loops & Samples Bundle From ModeAudio £60 - 50% offBad Cat Samples’ Bad Cat Pack - 6 Sample Packs Bundled Together £42 - 33% Discount  Talking Points Kindly Sponsored By Universal Audio  Buy an Apollo before 31 December this year and receive up to 5 free plug-ins valued at up to $1295 or buy a 4-710d Mic Pre and get a FREE UAD-2 Quad DSP Accelerator (PCIe or Satellite) Also New UAD version 7.11 software featuring new Manley Stereo Variable Mu Limiter CompressorAudio Equipment Manufacturers - It’s Time To Take Fan Noise SeriouslyHelp Please With Audio Quality Control (QC) Issues With “Audio Tics”Pro Tools Expert Control Surface Survey - Complete Results Available To DownloadWhich Is The Best VO Mic? - The Pro Tools Expert Voiceover Microphone Shoot Out Blind Listening Test - Part 1Apogee Ensemble Thunderbolt Review - Thunderbolt 2 Audio Interface For MacDrobo Mini External Hard Drive Review And Tested With Pro ToolsCommunity Feedback Kindly Sponsored by RSPE Audio Solutions Check out the December Deals at RSPE including offers from McDSP, Waves, Sonnox, Universal Audio and more.Jared Steinfeld comments that since he moved to Pro Tools he has found the Artist series of controllers were much more unreliable.Jacob Clayton shares a tip for double mixing guitar cabinets and mixing them that he found by accident.Help for Lorenzo please. He would like advice and help of exporting from FCP to Digital Performer. Russ suggested the…
    - 3 days ago, 16 Dec 14, 10:14am -
  • Which Is the Best VO Mic? - The Pro Tools Expert Voiceover Microphone Shoot Out Blind Listening Test - Part 2
    Following on from our previous post on how and why we are doing our Pro Tools Expert VO Mic shoot out (including the signal path) here is the second part of our blind listening tests. If you missed the first set of mics then you can find them here.As before, we are using the Neumann U87 as the named reference mic for each batch of listening tests because it is one of the most used voice over microphones in the industry and so, familiar to most people.For each microphone there is an example of male and female voice for you to listen to and compare with the U87. We would like to know which you prefer and why. Please vote and continue to let us know what you think.We will be covering the other mics in subsequent listening tests.The VO Mic Blind Listening Test - Part TWO Which Mic Do You Prefer? Part 2AcknowledgementsThank you again to Andrew Bickenell and Posy Brewer our professional voice artists for their dulcet tones and to Nigel Woodford of Richmond Film Services for the loan of the microphones for the test.
    - 3 days ago, 16 Dec 14, 8:03am -
  • Free Beautiful Violin Instruments From Virharmonic - Violin Freebie
    The team at Virharmonic have produced some free beautiful violin instruments, they call it the Violin Freebie, all you need is the free UVI player to host them. They say of the library;This micro library contains deep sampled pizzicato with 4 dynamic layers and 4 true sampled round robins. As most of you know it is in our nature to sample chromatically, so this library is no different, offering genuine samples for each note played. We have made this pizzicato very tight for any insane rhythmical style, but we have made sure that it remains raw in sound, so it adds an organic touch to any mix. For the second part of the library we have sampled a nice little 16th note repetition spiccato recorded in 120bpm.  You can tempo synchronise this in your sampler or DAW and it is simply a lot of fun to play especially if you involve the UVI arpeggiator. This time it has one crisp dynamic layer with 4 true round robins.Listen To The Violin FreebieHow To Download The Violin Freebie Micro LibraryTo find out how to download and install the Violin Freebie, go to their website and hit the tutorial tab.
    - 3 days ago, 16 Dec 14, 7:32am -
  • Quiet Art Announce New Defaulter - Pro Tools Clip Gain Normalizing Plugin
    Our friends at Quiet Art have announced their latest plug-in Defaulter, a Pro Tools clip gain normalizing plug-in. Quiet Art already make the popular Wave Rider plug-in. Defaulter is compatible with both ProTools 10 & 11.Quiet Arts say;Defaulter is the Pro Tools clip gain normalizing plugin. It is a perfect companion for WaveRider, and an excellent addition to any collection of gain staging plugins.Clip gain is the best thing Pro Tools adopted in recent years. Now, you have a tool to help you get the most out of it.Defaulter analyzes the clip and applies clip gain adjustments to bring it up or down to meet your specified peak level. It ignores clips with levels below the user set threshold.Try Quiet Art DefaulterIf you want to try out the new Quiet Art Defaulter plug-in, there is a demo download on their web site.Click here to find out more about the Quiet Art Defaulter plug-in
    - 3 days ago, 16 Dec 14, 7:19am -
  • Berlin Based Adam Audio Have Been Saved From Bankruptcy
    Andre Zeugner from Adam Audio has been in touch to tell us that German entrepreneurs with the CWM holding company on December 11th, 2014 have acquired ownership of ADAM Professional Audio . As we reported earlier, ADAM Professional Audio ran into difficulties with capitial funding after taking on too many projects and products.The new owners have already gone on record that their goal is to invest in ADAM Audio and bring production back up to normal as well as to invest in new products which will strengthen ADAM Audio’s already excellent market position.A representative of the new shareholder, Sebastian Canzlertold us….ADAM Audio is known worldwide in the pro audio industry for its superb speakers. Due to the high precision and quality of the products as well as the large technical expertise of its employees, the company has become very quickly a leading supplier of professional audio monitors. All of this provides a very good basis for further growth, which we strive for together with the existing team.Sven Schmöle, Managing Director of ADAM Audio added…With CWM we have a partner on our site that supports our passion for innovation and helps us realize our full potential. Our task now is to resume production as soon as possible in order to supply our customers with products again.
    - 4 days ago, 15 Dec 14, 8:43pm -
  • Review: Bad Cat Samples' Bad Cat Pack Also On Our Deals Page With 33% Discount
    Check out Russ’ show & tell video review of the Bad Cat Sample Pack.  If you like it then we are offering the Bad Cat Sample Pack at £42 which is 33% off the normal price for the 6 virtual instruments. The pack consists of The Music Box, Bass Pedals, Indi Glock, Performachord, Lucky Harp and Mini Keys.Watch the review here on our Video Reviews pageClick here for the deal on our dedicated deals page
    - 4 days ago, 15 Dec 14, 3:05pm -
  • Pro Tools Quick Tip - Swapping Volume Automation And Clip Gain In Pro Tools HD
    Another Pro Tools quick tip, this one is the cool way that Pro Tools HD users can convert volume automation to clip gain and vice versa.Some people are not aware of this feature but it has several uses including;You may want to commit your automation to the track as clip gain and then render it to the audio track for exporting as a completed audio track.You may have a track with a lot of clip gain changes written to it and may want to convert that to volume automation instead, leaving the original audio unaffected.Here’s how to do it.How To Copy Automation To Clip Gain In Pro Tools HDIf you want to convert your automation to clip gain in Pro Tools HD then simply open up the volume automation laneon the track you wish to copy the automation from and select it. Then select Edit/Automation/Convert Volume Automation to Clip Gain. That’s it. Make sure you have the Clip Gain option turned on in the clip so you can see it.How To Copy Clip Gain To Volume Automation In Pro Tools HDIf you want to go the other way and convert your clip gain to volume automation in Pro Tools HD then simply select the audio on the track you wish to copy the clip gain from. Then select Edit/Automation/Convert Clip Gain to Volume Automation.It’s as simple as that!
    - 4 days ago, 15 Dec 14, 1:07pm -
  • Waves Offer $100 Off SoundShifter Plug-in In Their Next Daily Deal
    In their next daily deal Waves are offering their SoundShifter plug-in for the next day or so they are offering SoundShiffter for $49 instead of $149.What Is SoundShifter?SoundShifter is a pitch-shifting and time-shifting processor. It enables you to change keys, tempos, durations, and manipulate the time-pitch continuum with accuracy and clarity. For tonal transformation and transposition, SoundShifter is well worth a look especially at this price. It has Parametric, Graphic, and Real-time components with punchy, smooth, transient, and sync modes, with time, tempo, bars, samples, SMPTE, feet & frames, pitch, interval, and frequency controls.You only have a short period of time to take advantage of this deal so check it out here.
    - 4 days ago, 15 Dec 14, 12:04pm -
  • From Creation to Final Mix: Episode 2 - Free Video
    From Creation to Final Mix: Episode 2 is now available featuring producer Fab Dupont helping the band The Arrows to produce a new track.In this episode they look at using Boom, laying down a bass guitar and synth line in Pro Tools.Sign up to download the tracks, watch next episodes and more.
    - 4 days ago, 15 Dec 14, 8:11am -
  • Pro Tools Expert Control Surface Survey - Complete Results Available To Download
    You may have seen our infographic last week giving the highlights of our Pro Tools Expert Control Surface survey, completed by over 800 Pro Tools users, many of whom are professionals.We’ve now compiled the complete results document in PDF form, it runs to 24 pages and makes interesting reading, it is free to download for personal use.By downloading this document you agree to our terms. This document was created for community use and not for any commercial purposes. It can be downloaded for private use, it must not be used by any organisation; commercial or otherwise. You may not redistribute this report in full or part without our written permission. This report is copyright (c) 2014 Pro Tools Expert.Click here to agree to the terms above and download
    - 5 days ago, 14 Dec 14, 6:08pm -
  • Boz Digital Labs +10dB Review - Compex Vocal Stresser Plug-in Emulation
    Boz Digital Labs are fast becoming well known for good quality, low cost plug-ins. They make some great plug-ins at good process and have a really nice ‘small-developer’ attitude.Eli Krantzberg has just done an extended review, including their cool new A/B sound examples over at our sister site Logic Pro Expert. Eli writes;2014 is a great year to be a DAW owner. New plug-ins of all sorts keep coming fast and furious. Some are hardware emulations, some are hybrids using existing technology to enhance older paradigms, while some are completely new and unique. And the prices are lower than ever. Enter Boz Digital Labs; one of the great new crop of up and coming plug-in developers. They have just released a new plug-in called +10dB, a faithful recreation of the rare and sought after Compex Vocal Stressor. This unit has a unique sonic signature and vibe to it; and has not already been emulated to death by every other plug-in developer. And no, it is not just another hardware channel strip emulation. With the absence of physical hardware restraints, Boz Digital Labs have gone beyond simple imitation. The plug-in comes in three flavours. Dynamics section only, Equaliser only, or the bundle that combines them together into a single channel strip. Here I’ll take a look at the bundle version.It’s a great review and well worth a read, check it the Boz Digital Labs +10dB review over at Logic Pro Expert
    - 5 days ago, 14 Dec 14, 1:12pm -
  • Grab These Great Dance And Hip Hop Loops From Mode Audio - Pro Tools Expert Exclusive
    We are very pleased to announce a great deal on an exclusive bundle of loops and samples from the team at ModeAudio.Save 50% With Our Exclusive Super BundleWe have merged their Dance and Hip Hop bundles into a super bundle just for our community and just for one month and you are saving 50% on the cost of all the libraries contained in our bundle. The Pro Tools Expert bundle is just £60.More here
    - 5 days ago, 14 Dec 14, 9:16am -
  • Sunday Sound Effects Round Up - Sonniss Deals, Free Content From A Sound Effect, Interview With Ryan Billia
    Pro Sound Effects Interview Ryan Billia From Rumble AudioPro Sound Effects have released their first Sound Design Spotlight interview in which they interview Ryan Billia from Rumble audio based in Brooklyn, New York. In the video Ryan shows his audio post facility in East Williamsburg and talks about his particular approach to sound design, how he use sound effects and his first experiences of using the Hybrid Library from Pro Sound Effects and goes into more detail on the way he designed the sound for an Icelandic Geyser scene in the Sony Pictures Classic “Land Ho” feature film.Free Sounds Effects From “A Sound Effect”Many of the sound effect creators on A Sound Effect, another site that sells sound effects from a variety of independent sound effects providers, have teamed up to offer an early Christmas present of over 130 sound effects for free which work out to be 2 GB when uncompressed, or about 1.5 hours worth of sounds.The A Sound Effect SFX Sampler Pack contains sounds from: Airborne Sound, Bonson, Detunized, Mattia Cellotto, Resonance Sound, ShapingWaves, SkewSound, Sound Ex Machina, SoundBits, Soundopolis, Tovusound, Unidentified Sound Object, WhatisValisThe free sound effects have hand-picked from the various libraries so you can get a taste of what they offer and the sounds are not crippled in any way, so they’re ready to be used in your current or future projects.You will need to give your name and email address to get these free sounds. Deals At SonnissSonniss have teamed up with some of their vendors to offer discounts on a variey of sound effects libraries for the next 30 days.There are deals from the likes of Chuck Russom FX, RDGSoundFX, C.A. Sound, Inc, Josh Reinhardt, Glitchedtones, Alexander Kopeikin, Red Sound Libraries (Fred Devanlay), Samuel Justice, SoundFuse, Sonic Salute (Mikkel Nielsen), SoundEXmachina, SoundBits, The Sound Catcher, Chris Sweetman and many more.You can read more about Sonniss and their ethos here when we had a chat to Tim McHugh about how he got Sonniss going.More information here on the Sonnis sale.
    - 5 days ago, 14 Dec 14, 9:00am -
  • FabFilter Announce A Holiday Sale With 25% Discount On Bundles
    Our friends at FabFilter have announced a holiday sale with 25% off all their bundles and free updates to their Pro-MB and Pro-Q2 plug-ins which includes support for Retina screens.FabFilter Holiday SaleTo celebrate the end of the year, they are running a Holiday Sale in their online web store. Until January 1st 2015, they are offering 25% discount on all of their plug-in bundles. Existing FabFilter owners should also log into your account and you may well find some additional offers just for you.FabFilter Pro-MB and Pro-Q2 Free Updates Including retina SupportThey have just released updates for their Pro-MB and Pro-Q 2 plug-ins which introduce Retina support on OS X and High DPI support on Windows. Also in these updates the Pro-MB now features interface resizing, Full Screen mode, horizontal zooming, side chain spectrum visualization and more!These updates are free for existing users, and they are fully compatible with existing sessions and presets. You can view the full list of changes here and Download the updates hereFabFilter Pro-Q2 Free TutorialWatch Russ’ free tutorial on how to match the EQ of two tracks with the FabFilter Pro-Q2 plug-in
    - 5 days ago, 14 Dec 14, 8:18am -
  • Dennis Sands' Sound Waves SB - The World’s First Private Dolby Atmos Equipped Mix Stage
    Four-time Oscar-nominated Hollywood mixer, Dennis S. Sands, has leveraged his extensive experience and expertise in both orchestral recording and film score mixing into the evolution of Sound Waves SB, the world’s first and only private studio equipped with the revolutionary Dolby Atmos™ system.With a resume that reads like a USC post-graduate film student’s thesis on the history of American cinema; if you’ve seen landmark films such as The Shawshank Redemption, Good Will Hunting, Independence Day, The Horse Whisperer, and Who Framed Roger Rabbit, plus recent blockbusters including Captain America—The First Avenger and Godzilla 2014; you’ve heard the remarkable artistry and signature sound of Dennis Sands.Beginning his film career as scoring mixer for the feature, Movie Movie, Sands has racked up an impressive 282 credits to date. His Oscar nominations for Best Achievement In Sound Mixing include Forrest Gump, Contact, Cast Away, and The Polar Express. Sands also has six additional C.A.S, Golden Reel, and Satellite Award nominations, plus six wins, including a Primetime Emmy and a Grammy for Best Score Soundtrack Album for the film, American Beauty. Always looking to bring his art to a higher level, Sands was recently introduced to the Dolby Atmos audio platform at an L.A. dub stage, and immediately recognized its potential to provide unprecedented control of sound placement, and in turn, a unique, immersive experience for filmgoers. That encounter prompted Sands to outfit his already impressive studio with the Dolby Atmos system, enabling him to deliver a film score in any format, including Atmos, 5.1, 7.1, and stereo. The facility itself has a pedigree as impressive as Sands’ long list of illustrious credits. Originally built by action-film director, Andrew Davis (The Fugitive), the studio, now known as Sound Waves SB, was designed by Tomlinson Holman (the “TH” of THX) and outfitted from top to bottom by RSPE Audio Solutions of Los Angeles in conjunction with Ron Lagerlof of Visioneering Design. While Sound Waves SB is a convenient and pleasant drive up the PCH for the LA film community, its Santa Barbara location makes Sound Waves SB a choice destination for the international film industry as well. A prime vacation spot on the California coast, Santa Barbara ensures beautiful surroundings, physical comfort, and great food—essential components for any creative endeavor. We will let Dennis tell you about Sound Waves SB in his…
    - 6 days ago, 13 Dec 14, 6:00pm -
  • Audio Equipment Manufacturers - It's Time To Take Fan Noise Seriously
    Last week I had the opportunity to sit down with some of the team from G-Tech who wanted to know my thoughts on product design. One question they asked me was what features could they add to make their drives more useful.I told them that it wasn’t what they needed to add but what they more companies making equipment for the modern recording studio need to understand, we need equipment that has very little noise.In our recent controller survey, over half of audio professionals work from home and the likelihood is that all their equipment is sitting in the same room. One fan whirring is bad enough, but then you add the whir from several hard drives, an external chassis, audio interface and other external gear and you may as well be mixing in an airport. OK so I’m overstating the case, but for both reasons of trying to keep noise out of recordings and the general malaise of environmental noise, we need things as quiet as we can get it.Some manufacturers manage to do it, but some need to try harder.Yes there are still some large studios with machine rooms, but they are in the decline and those working from home grow year on year.So if you have any involvement in designing audio for the next generation then please take fan noise seriously - it may be the difference between people buying your gear or buying something else, it certainly sways my buying decisions.
    - 6 days ago, 13 Dec 14, 4:00pm -
  • Apogee Ensemble Thunderbolt Review - Thunderbolt 2 Audio Interface For Mac
    We sometimes get people saying how amazing it must be to get gear to review all day. To be honest it’s a bit like working in a chocolate factory, the novelty soon wears off and in fact it can have the opposite effect and leave one cynical and unmoved by most new offerings.So when Apogee announced the new Apogee Ensemble Thunderbolt, I even surprised myself by how excited I was after reading the specification. As I’ve already said I’m rarely excited by new product announcements, but I wanted to be the one reviewing the Apogee Ensemble Thunderbolt.Why? It seemed to tick all the boxes for what I needed in terms of an interface, I was days away from moving to a second Apollo, but neither the Apollo or the Apollo 16 had exactly the I/O I needed for my workflow. Thankfully I have an Apollo Twin and a 4-710D, as well as an Octo card so I still have an Apollo tracking workflow when I need it, I couldn’t live without my UAD stuff.Highlights30×34 Thunderbolt™ 2 Audio Interface for Mac8 Mic preamps with up to 75 dB of gain and Advanced Stepped Gain circuitThunderbolt connectivity for ultra-low latency (1.1ms round trip with Logic Pro X)Front panel Guitar I/O with Class A JFET inputs, dual mode re-amp outputsTalkback functionality with built-in mic and control button2 PurePower headphone outputs10 separately assignable analog inputs16 analog outputs of premium Apogee conversionCore Audio optimized DMA engine frees up Mac CPU for plug-ins and software instrumentsHowever the large I/O count on the new Apogee Ensemble along with the flexible connectivity looked like it was designed just for me…how often does that happen? I have to be honest and say that I’ve become less and less happy with my Avid Omni interface, not because of the sound, but because I’ve always seemed to be working around it to get what I need, including if you recall having to replace a noisy fan. The only other reason for owning the Omni was that it gave me an easy way into Pro Tools HDX, which to be frank for a composer using a lot of virtual instruments (of which there are zero running AAX DSP) was becoming somewhat of a waste of time and money for my needs - I use the Apollo solution when I need to track with plug-ins at low latency. I’m not tracking orchestras or mixing Hollywood blockbusters so I’m really not going to miss the HDX. This is not to say that HDX is not of use to some such as large studios or sound stages, but in my experience and for my need…
    - 6 days ago, 13 Dec 14, 8:16am -
  • Which Is the Best VO Mic? - The Pro Tools Expert Voiceover Microphone Shoot Out Blind Listening Test - Part 1
    Following on from our previous post on how and why we are doing our Pro Tools Expert VO Mic shoot out, here is the first part of our blind listening tests.We have chosen to use the Neumann U87 as the named reference mic for each batch of listening tests. This is not because we think it is necessarily the best VO microphone, but simply because it is one of the most used voice over microphones in the industry and so, familiar to most people and a deserving benchmark.For each microphone there is an example of male and female voice for you to listen to and compare with the U87. We would like to know which you prefer and why.We will be covering the other mics in subsequent listening tests so please dust off and warm up your ears and let the discussion begin…The VO Mic Blind Listening Test - Part OneWhich Mic Do You Prefer? Part 1 Which Mic Do You Prefer? Part 1AcknowledgementsThank you again to Andrew Bickenell and Posy Brewer our professional voice artists for their dulcet tones and to Nigel Woodford of Richmond Film Services for the loan of the microphones for the test.
    - 7 days ago, 12 Dec 14, 9:00am -

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  • Avid to relist on NASDAQ
    Avid has announced that it has received approval to list its common stock on The NASDAQ Stock Market, LLC effective with the open of trading on Monday, December 8, 2014. “We are pleased that Avid stock will once again trade on the NASDAQ,” said John Frederick, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial and Administrative Officer of […]
    - 10 days ago, 9 Dec 14, 11:16pm -
  • 50% off individual McDSP plugins
    As the title says, through December 5th, McDSP offers 50% off all HD and Native individual plugins.
    - 16 days ago, 3 Dec 14, 10:48pm -
  • Annual UAD holiday sale
    Universal Audio has announced its storewide annual holiday sale. Plugins are up to 60% off. The UA Holiday Sale ends Dec. 31st, 2014.
    - 16 days ago, 3 Dec 14, 10:46pm -
  • Native Instruments announces Seventh Heaven Sales Special
    Native Instruments has launched the Seventh Heaven sales special. For a limited time, customers buying Maschine Studio, Maschine or Maschine Mikro will receive a bundle of seven Maschine Expansions for free. The Seventh Heaven sales special runs until December 31 at participating retailers and at the NI Online Shop. During the special, customers who buy […]
    - 16 days ago, 3 Dec 14, 10:43pm -
  • More Black Friday sales
    Here are some more sales currently going on: Applied Acoustics Systems is currently discounting everything by 50%. McDSP is offering 50% off all HD and Native individual plugins. Slate Digital plugins are up to 70% off. DUY plugins are 75% off. ModeAudio discounts everything with 50%. Prime Loops is also running a 50% off sale.
    - 19 days ago, 30 Nov 14, 10:06pm -
  • Black Friday sales
    Lots of sales going on right now. Here are some of them: EastWest celebrates Black Friday and Cyber Monday week by giving customers the opportunity to save an additional $100 on any order over $200 with the following coupon code BLACKFRIDAY at (European customers: Wave Arts is offering 40% off all products until […]
    - 22 days ago, 27 Nov 14, 9:32pm -
  • 112dB updates effect plugins – including AAX support
    112dB has updated Redline Reverb, Redline Monitor, Redline Equalizer, Redline Preamp, Big Blue Limiter and Big Blue Compressor. These updates include AAX support and several stability fixes. As always 112dB, this is a free download for existing owners.
    - 25 days ago, 25 Nov 14, 12:04am -
  • Hal Leonard publishes two new guides on ProTools 11
    Hal Leonard Books has published Mixing and Mastering with ProTools 11 and Producing Music with ProTools 11, both by certified Pro Tools trainer Greg Lorbecki and Avid pro audio specialist Greg “Stryke” Chin. In these focused guide, Lorbecki and Chin unlock the full potential of ProTools 11 as a professional mixing and mastering platform. They […]
    - 28 days ago, 21 Nov 14, 11:00pm -
  • Mixing Massive Attack webinar
    Avid is hosting a new free webinar – Mixing Massive Attack. In our exclusive upcoming webinar, Avid® live sound specialist and veteran FOH engineer Robb Allan (Massive Attack, Coldplay, Manic Street Preachers) will take you behind the scenes of the 2014 Massive Attack Tour. You’ll learn how Allan approaches mixing this groundbreaking band and how […]
    - 32 days ago, 17 Nov 14, 10:04am -
  • 40% off ‘Mixing in Pro Tools 11′
    The Puremix tutorial ‘Mixing in Pro Tools 11′ is currently 40% off. Offer is good until November 19th. More details on the Puremix website.
    - 33 days ago, 16 Nov 14, 11:03pm -
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