Waves’s waveshell has always been a bit problematic.
You’ll find the Zynewave plugins in the install folder, i.e.
C:Program Files (x86)ZynewavePodiumVSTPluginsZynewave Effects
I couldn’t resist either, Dimension Pro, since I already got Rapture.
Now go get Muz3um for Rapture..
I am glad it helped.
Yeah, me too. Only scratched the surface.. 🙂
If you mean “Automatic Solo”,
Hold Alt+click on the Solo button on the Return track to activate it, or Right click the Return track and from the menu choose Options->Automatic Solo.
So when you solo a track you will hear the return as well.
Hehe, it’s quite remarkable, this “Give me more for free or I’ll take my business elsewhere” attitude..
What do you say, I’ll hire you for free and then complain when you not work hard enough?
Looks and sounds great!
Thanks for sharing!
I just have to say that if it wasn’t for shaunthesheep, there wouldn’t have been any article, at least not from me. Thanks!
Choosing a DAW based on how much “better” it sounds, is indeed a bit silly these days. What’s important to me is how well I’ll be able to get my work done with it.
Try ‘Bounce (Bounce)->Enable Realtime Record Bouncing’ and see if that doesn’t help.
Select the track you want to bounce, and hit the “B” key on your keyboard.
The reason I use a portable File Sync software on a thumb drive, and set it to make a backup of my project and save it to the thumb drive once in a while, zipped and with a date.
A video track, probably the only thing I am missing in Podium, so that one can create something to moving images…
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