Ah, yes that’s right. HUI-mode is what AlphaTrack does (whatever that is, heh). But thanks for the answer. I’ll keep looking for other options as far as hardware control goes.
Good one, I like that 🙂
I have to admit, I dont see this as a problem really. The cursor per se is clearly marked with the arrow in the timeline. This makes it logical (in my mind) where to click to move it. The line across the track area indicates the position of the cursor mentioned.
Just my two cents…
Zynewave: how extensive will the support for Mackie or emulated Mackie control be?
If you take the Mackie Universal Control for instance;
1. Will Podium be able to respond to mute/solo buttons?
2. Will the transport bar be able to send cursor-position to the control surface (ie enable the led-display on the control surface to show current position).
3. Will the jog-wheel function?
And as a side note: are you gonna implement an option to auto-follow the cursor as it plays along the tracks? I heard that a scroll function would be implemented when you drag the cursor to end of window, but will there be auto-follow too?
Cheers in advance for any answers you can supply 8)
Here’s my first completed song using Podium. Beware that its what
some people would classify as “experimental”. Only 2:20 long, 2 verses, no refrain and its sung in my regional swedish dialect that not even all Swedes understand 😛
Here’s the list of gear as far as I know by heart:
Sequencer: Podium 1.77 Computer Musician version
Drums: freeware Akai XR-10 samples through Battery 1.
Bass: Crumar Bit 99
Strings: Zebra Computer Musician version
Brass: some freeware synth off KVRaudio
Guitar: DeArmond Jetstar (humbuckers)
Guitar pre-amp: Behringer V-amp2, direct line
Hardware mixer and mic pre-amp: Behringer MX1604a
Microphone: cheap dynamic I cant even remember the name of right now
Effects: Ambience for reverb, Kjaerhus Classic Collection and Korg MDX
Comments are of course greatly appreciated. Have fun listening! 😀
That easy, huh? Sure did the trick! A thousand thanks, mate 🙂
Guess that works as well. Cheers, mate!
Jesus…that was it 😆 Didnt realize I had to create a “physical” event on the master track as well. It did the trick! Cheers, mate! Now I can move on 😉
Aha, so I’d have to render the audio file/track in order for it not to affect the whole track? An interesting solution in any case! I’ll check it out when I get back home from work 🙂
A thousand thanks / Viel Dank