Today iZotope have released an update to RX Final Mix. V1.01 adds a number of features largely as a result of the feedback from the Pro Tools Expert community after Alan Sallabank reviewed it. In this video our own 'Mr RX It' Mike Thornton takes a quick look at RX Final Mix v1.01 and also shows the new features added in this update released today.
In this video James takes a look at the new Clarett 8 Pre Thunderbolt interface by Focusrite. James records a trio of Guitar, Bass and Drums in a rock style track putting the pre-amps of the Clarett to work with a combination of microphones on drums and guitar and using the instrument DI on the bass track.
Settle down in a comfy seat and take the phone off the hook. This is a 50 minute session packed with Show and Tell Video Reviews of all three plug-ins in the Dave Hill Bundle, combined with a podcast style 3 way review and chat. In this VidPod, we approach things from three different perspectives, Music (James). Post (Mike Aiton) and Sampling (Marcus) to bring a unified and unique way of looking at these plug-ins.
It wasn’t that long ago that MIDI was a dream waiting to happen for hard core Pro Tools users. Even though the MIDI features in Pro Tools are often maligned, but make sure you have dug deep before wrtiing them off. Here are 5 Pro Tools MIDI features worth knowing.
There's a battle on to grab new users by offering free versions of popular DAWs, Avid have Pro Tools First and PreSonus have Studio One Prime. Pro Tools First is the free version of Pro Tools and Studio One Prime is the free version of Studio One 3.
In this first of this series where I am sharing the plug-ins that I love when working in audio post production, I shared my love and experiences of iZotope's RX4 Advanced. The next plug-in I want to share with you is the Nugen Audio VisLM loudness meter. It is my loudness meter of choice and with the improvement they have brought with the latest v2 it has made a great plug-in even better.
In this week's Sunday Sound Effects Roundup we have news from Pro Sound Effects about new pricing and delivery options as well as an Ambisonics library of New York City sounds. SoundBits have announced Just Chains, and we highlight two new libraries from Sonniss, Symbols and Projector. Finally HISS And A ROAR have released Quadcopter, a collection of sounds of drones.
All too often people dismiss factory-supplied plug-ins in preference for purchased plug-ins; in some cases the free ones are just as good. Whilst Avid may have a reputation for being misers when it comes to giving stuff away with Pro Tools, there are some gems that ship with Pro Tools that I reach for on a regular basis. Here are 5 factory plug-ins that you should no ignore.
Avid have quietly pushed the Pro Tools Live Q & A webinar, originally scheduled for August 5th, back to September 2nd. At the time of writing there has been no announcement about why the webinar has been delayed.
Plug-ins are a wonderful part of modern music making, but rely in them too much and you'll never really develop some of the really important skills of recording and in the long run you'll be poorer for it.
Following on from Russ' series Plug-ins I Love I am going to share with you the plug-ins I love working in audio post production, and top of the list is a no brainer for me, it has to be iZotope's RX4 Advanced. The number of projects where I have been able to retrieve audio that was otherwise completely unusable is huge.
In this video James is back with Rich from UK Mac upgrade company Create Pro. Just how far can you upgrade a 2009 / 2010 Mac Pro (Cheese Grater)? This time Rich shows the upgrade process from a single core processor to a duel core. In this case 12 cores at 3.46GHz. He and James then push the machine to its limit running the PTE Mac Power Test Session. Just how many tracks of Boom can you run at 64 samples with 12 cores? Watch and find out.
It's the first thing I reach for when wanting to creating grooves and backbeats. Yes there are a lot of newer, faster, bigger, more trendy offerings, both in terms of plug-ins and hardware but when it comes to building grooves fast then Stylus RMX takes some beating.