Ops…wrong forum. Move at will!
Piltdown: A thousand thanks! I havent actually checked that it works, but I did find the ‘export’ button. Tackar för det…
Klemperer, Piltdown: Yes, that would be the one and the same UGO. I frequently use his synths Rez 1.3 and 2.0 and String Theory.
As for whats coming up from him in the very near future, well…I have to remain tight-lipped. But it will be sweet 8)
Edit: you can find his homepage here: http://www.ugoaudio.com/
If you want to see his current WIP, you can visit the UGO forum at KVR:
I havent tried the beta myself yet, as I have too many valuable projects running at the moment.
But to be honest, I am not exactly convinced that the changes to the track inspector really are for the good (or bad, for that matter).
One thing that I do think though, is that the feature of being able to map more than one FX per track, PLUS using it in conjunction with the old send/return, is Heavent Sent 🙂
I’m imagining one could use it like so: Compressor – Chorus – Send1 (to reverb). In other words, like you’d use Send-effects in Cubase for instance.
Also, I like the way you have solved the volume and pan dials/sliders as shown in your last screenshot.
That was my two cents…
I have the old Novation Remote 25 and have not experienced any problems at all.
No, I havent bought a controller yet. I thought it best to wait it out, before I cough up the 600+ USB that a MCU costs on ebay.
The alternative would be the so-called AlphaTrack, by Frontier Design. It’s got a motorized fader, three knobs, LCD display plus a set of other buttons. If nothing else, it saves desk space 🙂
I could very well be persuaded to buy one, in case you’re thinking of adding support for it.
Edit: in case you’re looking for a beta-tester, I mean!
I actually have two requests for the next, or coming, update(s);
1. I would like to be able to drag the scroll handle and drag it to scroll back and forth, even when the cursor is set to “auto follow”. Upon release of scroll handle, focus would go back to auto follow.
2. When dragging scroll handle, alternatively when dragging an object in the track section, it would be nice if you could drag it beyond the last entry in the timeline. At the moment, this is not possible, but you have use zoom out or the arrow right next to the scroll handle to be able to see the empty space to the right of the last object in the timeline / track.
To me, creating FX-chains works as smoothly as anything else. Or maybe Ive missed something? I am rather new.
Hi Reject…have you read through this thread?
The reasons why the zGrid is in such high demand is detailed there. Even after reading it you may still not want or see a need for it personally but if you want to know why it is of great interest to so many Podium users the reasons are in that thread. 😉
Ok, after some thought and much pondering, I’ve come to the conclusion to give +1 to zGrid as well 🙂 Even though I’m personally very much coping as it is…
Honest to God, I dont know whats up with people and zGrid? To me, creating FX-chains works as smoothly as anything else. Or maybe Ive missed something? I am rather new.
Personally, I’d like to see support for other hardware controllers. Apparently this is already a priority though, from what I’ve read.
Right, sorry, should have done a proper forum search first!
Real-time bouncing does however work correctly. A thousand thanks…
It should be noted that its only when I try to do a CTRL-B to render. Later when I get home, I’ll try to do a real-time rendering and get back to you!
You read my mind like a book 🙂 Or I read my own mind to slow, heh. Just began googling and searching ebay as well. Maybe I can find one out there for cheap(er).
Btw, if you have some spare time on your hands, check out your incoming e-mail folder 🙂 I’ll be sending a purchase request for you, so that I may pay by paypal 🙂 Hope you dont mind…
The control surfaces Ive found so far that support Mackie Control are:
Behringer BCF2000 *
M-Audio Projectmix I/O
* = the Behringer doesnt really appeal to me as it lacks a “real” LCD-display, showing track/mixer parameters. The Mackie Universal Control is the most appealing to me since it holds both time- as well as parameter LCD-displays. Unfortunately though, they have removed the standard MCU and now currently only offer the PRO-version. Both this as well as the Yamaha 01x and M-audio Projectmix are a bit on the costly side though.
I’ll let you know whatever else I can find out.