Thanks for the tip.
I’ve never had any real *problems* with Podium, more like small issues with certain lack of features that don’t really make or break a DAW program for me. But, this is beside the point.
…instead of announcing that you’re no longer using a piece of software just simply stop using it….. That is all
Thanks for the heads up 8)
6. In-track automation. This can be midi cc parameters, vst parameters or preferably both. They are already there, but making them available in the midi editor as well right next to velocity, release etc, will be a huge workflow improvement.
7. MIDI effects, midi track <-> audio track routing.
8. Global MIDI CC learn.
@The Telenator wrote:
Along with this, I’d be very interested in suggestions for plugins that any of you feel are excellent for comp. and limiting in the final mix and mastering positions.
For free stuff worth trying out I recommend Sir Elliot plugs, SL-1 C in particular.
Welcome Telenator. Like 4mica, I too believe a lot of folk are missing out on Podium, which while missing a few key features, is perfectly usable and as you say – gracefull. IMO, it does a great job of getting out the way and allowing for creative juices to flow relatively unencumbered.
I don’t know what the system specs are on the machine michi_mak is running, but on my 4 year old quad-core, the couple of extra percentage points of cpu use to support the super smooth and lovely Podium UI is fine by me. 🙂
Me too, no problem running Podium on a 2 year old dual core. A few percentage points extra to drive the smart UI should make very little difference on overall usability.
Good refinement, thank you. 8)
….It could be useful for future midi controller linking even.
Yes, I too would like that this update lay the basis for something like an easy midi learn function to map parameters to hardware controllers.
Fabulous overhaul. Thank you. 😀
Great idea. Will be rummaging through deeply buried piles for uploadables. 🙂
Yet another excellent update.
thank you Frits 🙂
For me MIDI plugs are also more important than time stretching.
Time-stretched audio usually sounds dodgy to me ears. Many times have I come across a tune with that distinctive warbling sound of a clip stretched in ableton, so off putting.
A sweet surprize,
thank you 😀