BriHar wrote:To reiterate, these plugins require a certain amount of experience, which can only be gained in practise. Using the full plugin initially will help you get accustomed to the effect.
abyss wrote:i think thats the only reason i don't use the strip at all is because there is no meters on them ...
shame really .. if they at least let you see the meter when your editing them that would even work
i don't use the meter bridge either ...
mpayne0 wrote:...and we talk about all these console plugins like NLS, Satson, but the Cubase mixer is really the real deal (I have not used it like that yet) but with the gate, and tape... you can kind of get into that control surface/mix with the ears sort of thing, get pretty far without pulling up a plugin. That option is very nice. . . . I love the idea of hard-wiring the entire strip to a control surface, very interesting
mpayne0 wrote: . . When I do mixes with only the 88RS . . .
mpayne0 wrote:RTFM/Search I know... but quickly, how do I expose the 'analogue' controls (knobs) on the strip again
HughH wrote:mpayne0 wrote:RTFM/Search I know... but quickly, how do I expose the 'analogue' controls (knobs) on the strip again
I've never seen anything BUT knobs. Can I make them something else?
I know you can't mean clicking on the name in the strip to drop them down . . .
mpayne0qu wrote:Ooops, I meant EQ, not strip. Mine are the classic sliders and text input fields.
I read/watched a video somewhere that showed a simple way to switch the mixer display to EQ knobs, ... Or maybe I'm just confused and was looking at the strip?
PG.206 shows how to change the view in the editor, not the mixer?
mpayne0 wrote:RTFM/... how do I expose the 'analogue' controls (knobs) on the strip again?
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