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Last night Pro Tools Expert and Focusrite joined forces with top Avid Authorized Training Partner Alchemea to give audio professionals a chance to learn more about the Focusrite RedNet system.
The event included a chance to enjoy free drinks and nibbles and then to take part in sessions covering the theory of RedNet and then to see it in action and ask more questions.
The sessions were repeated giving all those attending a chance to understand the technology behind RedNet and then more practical applications for the system.
In attendance were a mix of top audio post and music engineers, mixers and producers from organisations such as Disney, BBC, and Ravensbourne College as well as freelancers who work on top TV, film and music. We also had some of the team from our friends at HHB who were able to talk to those interested in investing in RedNet.
It was a rare occasion where many of the Pro Tools Expert team were in the same place, with Russ, Mike, Neil, James, Julian and Mike A all there to learn more about RedNet.
The Event got a big thumbs up from hosts Alchemea and Simon Short of Focusrite who said;
“The evening was a great success. I felt it was important to give engineers the opportunity to meet the team in a relaxed environment, and find out how they could benefit from RedNet technology, and that’s exactly what happened!”
The Pro Tools Community Gathering
It was great to see so many people who are part of the Pro Tools community and put faces to names and share beer with people like Alan, Glenn and Dave - the blog is a good place to start but there’s nothing better than meeting one another - I’m thrilled by the success of this event. said Russ Hughes
You can see some pictures from last night’s event, many whom attended felt was a resounding sucess. When asked if more events like this should take place the idea got a big thumbs up.
Our Next Pro Tools Expert London Event With Synchro Arts
With that in mind watch this space for a Synchro Arts event to celebrate the launch of Revoice Pro 3 happening in November at Alchemea.
Links For More Information
If you are interested is knowing more about RedNet then contact RedNet specialists HHB
If you are interested in knowing more about Pro Tools training course then contact Avid Authorized Training Partner Alchemea
Community member Johannes Wengert sent us in this question and to date we have drawn a blank and so we thought someone else in the community may have the answer. Johannes asked…
I have a question concerning metadata in wav-files. I’ve received an AAF from Media Composer (not embedded audio, not consolidated but full copies of all wav files) and successfully imported it. Everything good so far. Now comes the problem:
I need to conform the multitrack audio (it’s a concert recording) to the rough mix from Media Composer using the “field recorder guide track” option in PT using timecode. Everything has been recorded properly with TC during the show so no problem there. Pro Tools cannot conform the tracks because there is no valid time stamp in the audio from MC - When I look at the files using the Workspace or the “Wave Agent” by SoundDevices it shows a Original Time Stamp / Start TC of 01:00:00:00 for every file
Neil, James & Mike Aiton bring you another show with talking points, tips, tricks and questions answered.
- Matt Chamberlain Drums From Loop Loft With Exclusive Pro Tools Sessions £32 - 33% Discount
- LiquidSonics Reverberate Convolution Reverb Plug-in £35 - 30% Discount
- TAL-U-NO-LX Synth Plug-in £27 - 25% Discount
- Acon Digital DeReverberate Plug-in £39 - 33% Discount
- #Hit It - The Ultimate Guide To Programming Drums eBook £11 - 25% Discount
- In Or Out Of The Box - What’s Your Recording Workflow? Poll
- Pro Tools Video Performance Tests
- Slate Raven 2.0 Software
- Upgrading a School with computers for DAWs
- David Plumb - Stems for specialist client work
- Nevada Music Pro Tools Evening July 10th
- Emulating Wavetable Modulation With Xpand
- Hardware Controller Tips for Neil - SSL Nucleus
- Matt North - Structure Free Shortcuts In Pro Tools 11
- Phil Tuttle - Audio Clicking in Pro Tools
- Brent Smith - Vocal Plug-in Chain EQ
Don’t forget that every month there is a chance to win a Pro Tools Expert Sonnox Community award, sponsored by our friends at Sonnox.
So far our winners have been;
All of them did some came up with some great ways of helping the Pro Tools community and in doing so also got themselves a Sonnox Elite plug-in.
To win, simply hang around here and share your expertise with great tips and tricks - it could be you!
We are thrilled to announce the forthcoming launch of Ableton Live Expert, a community for users of Ableton Live. I’m a committed user of Pro Tools and proud to be, but my son and all his mates are using Ableton Live and he asked me when there would be a community like Pro Tools Expert for them. Ableton Live Expert is the Ableton Live Community offering news, reviews, tips and tricks.
Ableton Live Expert Team
The new site Ableton Live Expert will go live in early April 2014 and aims to be a one-stop site for users of Ableton Live. The Editor of the new site is artist and Ableton Certified Trainer Martin Delaney, a.k.a. Mindlobster. Besides his vast experience as a trainer, he has written over 100 magazine articles, and the ‘Ableton Live Tips & Tricks’ series of books. Martin has produced several video training packages and also designed the Kenton Killamix Mini USB MIDI controller. Martin will be heading up the new Ableton Live Expert team.
Ableton Live Expert - Get More Information
If you are a user of Ableton Live then you can find out more by;
Community member John Mackniskas has emailed us to tell us about his custom built studio sound panels and gobos using IKEA book cases. He writes;
Hi guys, I have a great tip on building high quality sound panels and GoBos using IKEA book shelves and rigid 703 fiberglass insulation.
We know that some of our readers really appreciate forums as they try to get answers.
Pro Tools Expert have teamed up with the highly popular ProToolsUser.org who have been around since 2007.
With contributions from both enthusiasts and top engineers and producers it is worth checking out.
Updated on Thursday, January 16, 2014 at 5:58PM by Mike Thornton
Kenny McLellan sent us an email explaining he is having problems with the low latency monitoring mode in Pro Tools 11. He says…
When I make an audio track and wish to input monitor with record enabled, if I turn on low latency mode I cannot hear the audio. The meters are indicating that there is a signal present etc. If I turn low latency off, then I can hear the audio. I have been using this method for years with my 003 and have never had this problem before. I am aware that I can lower the buffers etc but this affects my mix when i have an abundance of plug ins running etc. I have checked the routing etc and all is OK. Having done some more research, I have just discovered more about low latency monitoring. It seems that the Mbox 2 LLM does not work with PT11 and with 003 LLM mutes the audio. Avid advised me to use 11.0 driver with Mountain Lion, PT 11.1 and PT 10.3.8. They then replied asking me to check the routing etc. I told them I have been using LLM for years never had any problem with LLM until now, and I am waiting on answer from Avid.
In Podcast 98 we discussed the idea of encouraging the community to help each other. As we have said on many occasions we aren’t the only Pro Tools Experts, it works best when we pull together as a community to help each other when and where we can. There are plenty of places on the web for trolls and negativity, if that’s you style then the Pro Tools Expert community may not be for you. Many of our members work hard to create a positive and supportive community of Pro Tools Experts and we think that kind of attitude should be recognised and encouraged.
With all of that in mind we would like to reward those in the community who go the extra mile to help others.
Each month we will award the Community Member Of The Month Award sponsored by Sonnox. We are very pleased to announce that Sonnox are sponsoring this award as they want to support us in building a positive community, but we need to make it clear that Sonnox has no other involvement, and in no way endorses or encourages any individual comment or view submitted on Pro Tools Expert. This award would go to the individual who in the judges opinion made the best contribution to the Pro Tools Expert community. For example it could be for…
- A single post helping a community member with a problem on the main site or on our Facebook page.
- A great video demonstrating a tip or trick in a new way.
- A collection of smaller posts all with the aim of helping the community.
In the first podcast of each month we will announce the award from the previous month and explain why we have chosen that individual. We will post the story with a picture and details of the winner as we do with other competition winners.
As this award is sponsored by Sonnox the winner each month will be able to choose one Native plug-in from the Sonnox Elite Collection.
Terms & Conditions
- The item is download only, you must have an iLok account to use this software.
- The decision of the judges is final.
- Pro Tools Team members will not be included in this award.
- While Sonnox is pleased to be sponsoring this award, it has no other involvement; Sonnox in no way endorses or encourages any individual comment or view submitted on Pro Tools Expert.
This month Pro Tools Expert celebrates its 5th anniversary, having started in 2008 as a blog to help a few people struggling with Pro Tools, we’ve now just completed our 5th year and we’re a little bigger.
We’ve been asking community members and friends of the blog to share their own stories.
Dave Pensado sent me this message last night and has given me permission to share it. Dave is a Grammy winning producer who also hosts ‘Pensado’s Place’ one of the most loved shows in the industry.
Hi Russ, congrats to you and the guys. I’m addicted to Pro Tools Expert. You guys were incredible in getting me thru the Great ILok upgrade of ‘13, and also are my AAX watch dog. I watch all your tutorials, and take advantage of the gear/software specials often. KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK! Dave Pensado
Thanks Dave - right back at ya!