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Old 11-06-2019, 04:39 AM
Frank Kruse Frank Kruse is offline
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Default Steep breakpoint softening

This new function is good but it doesn't really avoid these short filter-sweeps when you've written hard automation changes on clip-boundaries.

What I'd actually like to see is a shortcut that will add a "handle length" to static automation so it moves the static EQ you wrote to a block of B/Gs half a second or so before the clip start and ends.

Even though AVID claims that automation is close to sample accurate, in the reality of a large session you can still hear short filter swishes when all EQ change their setting on on a clip boundary.

I'd like this to happen BEFORE the clip plays, not in a delayed way after the change which is what the new feature does.

Also just like auto-fade it relies on collaborators using the same settings otherwise your session sounds different on their rig. Which is why I NEVER use auto-fade and rely on that.

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