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by per
Tue Mar 20, 2018 11:39
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Surround caution
Replies: 0
Views: 1359

Surround caution

Hi folks. This is just a caution for people making surround mixes: If you're using stereo aux groups connected to a surround bus, make sure that the routing actually is as you would expect it to be. The behaviour seems to vary with the type of panner used. As an example, I had a stereo aux group ass...
by per
Wed Mar 07, 2018 13:10
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Pyramix not transparent
Replies: 7
Views: 2940

Re: Pyramix not transparent

Interesting test! My bet is that the output format you are producing has a higher resolution than the original format. If the original is a 16 bit wav file and you produce a 32 bit wav file (or mtff), then the output has a higher resolution and you will hear a difference when you try to null them ou...
by per
Wed Jun 14, 2017 18:26
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Non latching talk to all
Replies: 14
Views: 4121

Re: Non latching talk to all

This is probably a first: Frank, you're mistaken :D I checked it up and it's this one http://www.pcsensor.com/pcsensor-foot-switch-usb-hid-fs1_p-plastic-case-ir-switch.html and the price is $9,50!! OK, this is not a professional piece of gear, I admit, so I bought 2 to make sure at least one was wor...
by per
Wed Jun 14, 2017 17:53
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Non latching talk to all
Replies: 14
Views: 4121

Re: Non latching talk to all

Yes, I wonder why it does that. Maybe this is due to the connection Keyboard - Windows? Perhaps Frank can figure this out :) As I mentioned, when this happens I just click on the "Talk to All" icon to shut it down. But I agree it would be useful to have access to the Reset command with a k...
by per
Tue Jun 13, 2017 23:33
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Non latching talk to all
Replies: 14
Views: 4121

Re: Non latching talk to all

I'm not sure whether it was someone in this forum that showed me a really cheap ($15 or so) Chinese USB footswitch that comes with a piece of software that lets you assign any key to be sent as you set your foot on the switch. This is handy if you want to control Talk to All using your foot. But I g...
by per
Tue Jun 13, 2017 18:51
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Non latching talk to all
Replies: 14
Views: 4121

Re: Non latching talk to all

Hello Mark, I have version 10.2 Native on one machine. I'm pretty sure pressing HOME one more time will turn off "Talk to All". I say "I'm pretty sure", because I'm using the key assignment I mentioned and it works fine, so on my computer "Talk to All" is ON as long as ...
by per
Sun Jun 11, 2017 15:13
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Non latching talk to all
Replies: 14
Views: 4121

Re: Non latching talk to all

Hi,

In the Keyboard shortcuts editor, you can make two commands for the Talk To All key: One triggered by Key Down and the other triggered by Key Up. This way, Talkback will only be activated when you hold down the HOME key and is turned off when you release the key.

Per
by per
Sun Jun 11, 2017 15:07
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Large Timecode display
Replies: 2
Views: 1889

Re: Large Timecode display

Hi, Something I've been thinking about for some time regarding the Record Status dialog: When recording on a laptop, the display easily gets cluttered with a number of windows. If you e.g. need to see the Talkback status as well as the recording status and Take, you need to have both the Monitor win...
by per
Sun Jun 11, 2017 14:01
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: BWF and metadata
Replies: 0
Views: 1638

BWF and metadata

Hello out there in the Pyramix Universe. I'd like to know if anyone out there is using the possibility to add metadata parameters into bwf files? This can be done e.g. in mixdown. The BWF format seems to be one of the preferred formats now in Pyramix. For those of you who don't know, the pmf format ...
by per
Wed Apr 13, 2016 09:22
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: How to swap stereo strip channels with new PMX10 Panner
Replies: 4
Views: 4043

Re: How to swap stereo strip channels with new PMX10 Panner

Hello Guys. You can also do this with the panner. Right-clicking on the panner brings up the context menu. At the top you can chose panner type. Let's say we chose "Pan/Balance". Now, Ctrl-click on the panner and your panning window will open. At the bottom of this window, there are a numb...
by per
Wed Apr 13, 2016 09:02
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Footpedal - Tip!
Replies: 3
Views: 3142

Re: Footpedal - Tip!

Thanks for great input! You guys are using more sophisticating pedals than I :) I bought a cheap usb pedal from China for $12 and it acts a an alpha-numeric keyboard. With the software that comes with it, I can decide what character (or sequence) you want the pedal to send. And you can have more tha...
by per
Mon Apr 11, 2016 16:48
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Footpedal - Tip!
Replies: 3
Views: 3142

Footpedal - Tip!

My producer wanted to have a foot pedal to activate talkback. I'm using the talkback function built into Pyramix. Normally, talkback is toggled on and off by pressing the Home key. To solve this, I purchased a USB Foot Pedal that delivers a keyboard key (definable) and in the Keyboard Shortcuts Sett...
by per
Mon Apr 04, 2016 08:51
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Offline clip issue
Replies: 4
Views: 3705

Re: Offline clip issue

Yes, of course.

Luckily, I still had the original file on the recording machine :)
In this case, the producer had a clean copy of the file too, so that would have been the second alternative.
Per
by per
Sat Apr 02, 2016 13:20
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Offline clip issue
Replies: 4
Views: 3705

Re: Offline clip issue

Yes!

I think that the problem this time was a corrupted pmf file (also in my backup). This must have happened when I copied the files from the recording machine. Problem solved anyway.

Many thanks.
Per
by per
Wed Mar 23, 2016 18:39
Forum: Pyramix General
Topic: Offline clip issue
Replies: 4
Views: 3705

Offline clip issue

Here's a peculiar issue: I just received a project file from the producer I'm working with and opened it on my computer. We both have the same data files (*.pmf). Since he had another path to his data files, Pyramix asked me where to find the files, as usual. We the project opened after reconnecting...