Great to see some movement at last Frits. Been sitting on the fence and demoing different other daws in the meantime, but never really jumped ship. Hope development will continue.
How do you get the mixer to appear?
Click on the “Mixer” tab at the bottom of the screen, where the transport section is, or even faster, press “3” on the keyboard. Buttons 1 through 4 toggle between different views – Tracks, Editor, Mixer, Big Transport.
And while we are at it, F1 shows the Inspector (F2-3-4-5 different sections of the inspector) and F6 the Browser.
Oh, sorry, my mistake
X-Tube by Xenium Audio
Several versions ago it was crashing Podium every time I tweaked a parameter. With the updates it behaved correctly irc, but haven’t used it in a while so there might still be some issues, idk.
By the way, yesterday Nick Crow updated TubeDriver to v1.3.
Good initiative. I’ve used/tested at some point all of the mentioned plugins (except for Amplifikation Lite) and don’t remember having issues with them.
I recently went all 64 bit, keeping some old x32 only plugins for old projects, and intended to bump this thread with my list of x64 ones, which is more or less the same as this list, with some additions…
Linux Sampler (it loads .gig files)
Green Oak – Crystal
Tunefish – awesome sound capabilities. It is the current KVR One Synth Challenge synth, and the developer (payne_bc) is admirably quick to fix all the little quirks and bugs, so by the time it reaches v4 it will be an even better synth.
Here’s the link for the latest beta as of today:
Full Bucket – Bloo, Deputy, Mono/Fury
u-he Tyrell N6
Martinic Combo Model V & F
Includes an EQ, Filter, Chorus, two great reverbs and a “little acid toy”
Martin Eastwood – Flame
DDMF – ColourEQ
SicknDestroy – http://www.ineardisplay.com/freebies/
Freeverb3 – a big bundle of reverbs (and some extras), plate, hall, some true stereo.
Nick Crow – Tube Driver
Voxengo MSED, Stereo Touch
Hofa MS Fader Meter Pan – great for dual panning (pan and width)
Many thanks mate. The same with you too. You used Aalto in a very surprising way and the sound design is simply awesome. When I said it reminds me of Carbon Based Lifeforms I literally meant it. If your track was played to me by a friend saying “Hey have you heard the new CBL, here, take a listen” I would have totally
fallen for it.
The style – yep there’s a common vibe there. 🙂
As to why I joined OSC – exactly the same! I have who-knows-how-many ongoing projects, but when there are no time limits, or any other limitations for that matter it’s always like “yeah, there’s time, I’ll come back to this track later anyways, it’s not for the money or glory, let me check this new freebie first etc…” 🙂
I really hope that I will have something listenable to submit. But then again the “Tide” is almost cut in half 🙂
I’m already working on the sound design, and the pads/drones/atmos Tunefish is capable of are just amazing. So I really hope and want to participate this month as well.
But in any case good luck out there in the contest, I’m sure it will be nothing less than stellar 🙂
Hey H-man, you beat me to it.
Yes, CM Special was an epic OSC. Still listening to all the tracks, and will vote tomorrow.
There are so many great submissions, but yours mate, is exactly my cup of ambient beauty, went into my Psybient playlist right away 🙂 My favourite: the style, the sound design, the production. Great work!
I don’t know if it’s OK with KVR, while we’re still in the voting phase, but can we share the submissions with the Podium Poppets group?
It’s the same in both the main Arrangement view and the midi editing window:
View->Follow Play Cursor
There are also several other options for your specific needs.
Aaah, I see now. OK. Well, this really intrigued me and just until now I’ve been trying to assign, say Osc3 Mix to CC80 for example and it doesn’t work. So this is basically in the MIDI realm, and Podium is unfortunately lacking in this department. Initially I thought it could be done through the Parameter Properties dialog of the CC and assign it to a plugin param, but the box is grayed out, then tried drag-and drop directly onto the desired automation lane but didn’t work either, so…internally it doesn’t seem to be possible, or I am overlooking something.
On the other hand if your plugin has a MIDI Learn feature it is possible. Just tried it with Oatmeal and DuneCM and was able to assign Cutoff to CC119 without any problems.
Or alternatively you could try a virtual MIDI cable + some midi plugins that can assign MIDI CC to a plugin parameter (there must be some).
This reminds me of an old request of mine about Global Learn feature in Podium.
In the Inspector select “Param”, from there click the small arrow next to “Device” for the drop-down menu -> “New MIDI Parameter” and there you have it.
All the Best