Excellent demo of an excellent feature. I learned a lot from this video in addition to the insert feature. Very impressed with the direction Tracktion is taking. Keep going!
Thank you for the feedback. I am happy the video was helpful!
How come i can find the insert plugin in my drop down - i have the Tracktion 6 program.
Sorry - I mean I can't - not can
Make sure you have the latest version of Tracktion 6. The Insert plugin was not included in the initial T6 release.
Thank you I have it working now that I have downloaded the latest version
Great. I'm glad the video was helpful.
It is yet one Your's useful video, thanks!
Thank you, I appreciate the feedback!
Why wouldn't you just run the dry guitar out Output 4, through the pedals, and then just record on the new track using Input 4? In other words, what extra value does the Insert plugin offer, other than the ability to compensate for the time adjustment?
The main point is to get delay compensation. Also, once you have it setup with your gear, it makes inserting hardware as easy as inserting a plugin. I you run from an output to your gear then back to an input, you need to manually move the resulting clip to compensate for the delay.
Cool, that makes sense. Thanks for making these videos, I learn something new each time I watch them. :-)
What a great feature. Glad I held onto some of my old rack gear. Is there a way to use the insert plugin on the master buss and record a 2-track mix down into the project?
Yes, the insert plugin should work fine as a master plugin. The mix down will go to a file as part of the project structure but you can easily drag it back to the Edit if you want.
Thank you again, Bill! Recording the output of the send/receive works perfectly on my channels and its been a inspiring. When I record on an audio track, it is essentially in real-time. Perfect. The master buss is another matter it seems for me. I can't seem to get the insert to record on the 2 mix (although I hear it fine when I play back). Any advice?
Can you place the insert plugin on the main bus? So I can use my outboard compressor to compress the master bus.
It seems to be possible. I have not fully tested that however.