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Old 03-31-2020, 08:15 AM
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They added a new shortcut. It's crazy!
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Shouldn't this thread now be moved into the Pro Tools 2020 forum?

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Old 03-31-2020, 09:23 AM
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As I expected, it's very well done at first glance. Avid is long, long, long, but works well (in my opinion) The folders in the mixer. Wow!
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As I expected, it's very well done at first glance. Avid is long, long, long, but works well (in my opinion) The folders in the console. Wow!
Yeah, and now fix all the MIDI, LLM and ADC bugs please.
And proper side chain compensation.
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Old 03-31-2020, 12:31 PM
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Yeah, and now fix all the MIDI, LLM and ADC bugs please.
And proper side chain compensation.

Haven't had a look yet, Do those problems still persist?
Can i bounce a plugin with any oversampling and have it bounce in time?
If not, hello Reaper.
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Haven't had a look yet, Do those problems still persist?
Can i bounce a plugin with any oversampling and have it bounce in time?
If not, hello Reaper.
Haven't been able to test all my showstopper bugs yet, but rest assured, if they don't mention it in the Release Notes, it's not fixed. I also believe the Known Problems list is just the top of the iceberg and is largely incomplete.

And just verified: Low Latency Monitoring still completely broken on my setup. Impossible to create proper cue mixes.
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Haven't been able to test all my showstopper bugs yet, but rest assured, if they don't mention it in the Release Notes, it's not fixed. I also believe the Known Problems list is just the top of the iceberg and is largely incomplete.

And just verified: Low Latency Monitoring still completely broken on my setup. Impossible to create proper cue mixes.



This seems crazy to me. How long did the folders update take? And did they do any other big updates in the mean time?
I remember in the time betwen pro tools 5 and 7 - lots of big changes. it seems crazy that things have slowed that much.
Seeing an entire page on folders on the avid site was a giveaway.
I really hoped the PDC issue would have been fixed. I mean, how can you even use the folder tracks if latent plugs cause so many issues? I am seriously not being facetious, i am just curious.


It just feels a bit odd to say - well i will switch back to pt and only use zero latency plugins...no oversampling, no lookahead.
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Old 03-31-2020, 03:21 PM
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Haven't been able to test all my showstopper bugs yet, but rest assured, if they don't mention it in the Release Notes, it's not fixed. I also believe the Known Problems list is just the top of the iceberg and is largely incomplete.

And just verified: Low Latency Monitoring still completely broken on my setup. Impossible to create proper cue mixes.
If you're not wrong, it's amazing. My new projects are in Cubase, thank God. I find the folders handling and superb in PT 2020, but if the other problems are persistent, this is not normal. Do you think that 100% of users who use functions like you have the same problems? Isn't it a matter of subtle configuration or incompatible plug-ins?
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Do you think that 100% of users who use functions like you have the same problems? Isn't it a matter of subtle configuration or incompatible plug-ins?
This is also what I'm asking myself. But so far no-one, including Avid support, has given me a clue towards resolution of my problems. And believe me, I went through hours, days, weeks, months and years of troubleshooting with them. It's agonising. I tried all the usual troubleshooting steps, even used other computers and OS installations. Everything.

Therefore, I'm also asking around in other threads whether anyone has actually ever gotten this to work at all. From what I'm reading I'm definitely not the only one with problems, but like you said, it would be interesting to hear of anyone that actually has it working on their system (talking specifically about LLM right now). Please step forward.
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Old 03-31-2020, 03:37 PM
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Sorry to ask the dumb question, but why would someone even want to use LLM now that 64 buffer (and with some hardware 32 buffer) is a reality? Unnecessary restrictions that really don't fix any problem.

Off topic of course, but literally nobody uses LLM in real world and even fewer depend on it.
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