The latest Pro Tools release gives subscribers a wealth of new plug-ins to enjoy.
If you're anything like me, you probably enjoy a strange relationship with the contents of your plug-in folder. Of all the new features in Pro Tools 2018.7, the one that had the most impact on my day-to-day use of Pro Tools was the new plug-in search facility. Just click on an insert slot (or send, or I/O slot) and start typing and you'll receive up to 20 search results based on your search string. The ironic thing is that I use the search facility mostly to find one of the 10 plug-ins I use all the time but struggle to find manually because of the couple of hundred other plug-ins I have on my system that I hardly use! Even so, if an interesting new plug-in is announced I still manage to convince myself that I need it.
In a previous article I was singing the praises...
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