Maroon 5: Powered by Pro Tools October 26, 2019 16 By Kailee Schamberger CategoryArticles BlogTagsalbum Avid Avid Pro Tools band cloud collaboration daw Jesse Carmichael making of maroon 5 Mixing music music creation Noah Passovoy pro mixing pro tools Red Pill Blues Sam Farrar studiolife 16 Comments Dave Gerhart says: November 8, 2017 at 5:17 pm Love this! Reply guac says: November 8, 2017 at 11:54 pm I'm a big fan of committing.. Show them your wedding ring. lol! Reply The Legend says: November 10, 2017 at 8:23 am 1:30 *Are you serious*? Reply Danny 'Day says: November 10, 2017 at 10:49 am #dathypedoe I love ‘the sound’ of Pro Tools, too. 😉 Shhhhhh. Reply Yuli says: November 10, 2017 at 3:58 pm "right in your face" LMAAAAAO all the daws has the same quality and " sound" wtf is this guy is talking about…. I think he was talking about the mix engineer LMAO I laugh so hard you just find the one who likes you more and adapt more your workflow that's it… I think Logic pro or cubase doesn't have the " right in your face sound" LMAO LMAO LMAO LMAO Reply Matej Skubik says: November 10, 2017 at 6:08 pm 😀 "right in your face" and .. thats what it looks like to be playing keyboard and talking about engineering. AVID seriously? Feeding us with this???? Reply Hellfire Beats says: November 10, 2017 at 9:28 pm @1:30, I agree. Bounces always sound the same to me. But you go on the DUC forum and users are always complaining that bounces sound different. Reply SOUND IN THE CITY says: November 28, 2017 at 7:25 pm Use PRO TOOLS or just settle for those average tools…. The choice is yours! Reply Omni Hassan says: December 8, 2017 at 4:23 pm it aint the most stable..but we still love it Reply quarkyzarky says: December 12, 2017 at 1:07 am Never has so much BS been said by so few people in so little time than in this video. 1. BS that Pro Tools magically bounces down perfectly while others don't (and in fact Pro Tools only recently got offline bouncing while Cubase and Studio One have had it for years) they all do the same thing. Studio One bounces down offline or realtime exactly the same as pro tools does.2. Clip Gain? He's excited! Sorry but other DAWS have had this since LAST DECADE. Studio One has automation available over the clip/event (if you choose) or underneath in lanes, it has the SAME smart tool a protools, it has handles, it has fades, and it's much faster workflow than PT. Is PT and its users like Apple? Pretending they invented things that were already around for years?3. Playlists.. or lanes.. or take layers as they've been known in Cubase and Studio one for years are NOT a new concept. Pro Tools didn't invent this4. Studio One especially completely annihilates pro tools from a workflow perspective, whether that's advanced audio editing (with mouse), plug in placement/bypass/copying, adding busses, auxes, sends, all ONE action in Studio One and at least 3, sometimes 10+ in Pro Tools for the most BASIC of tasks.5. Pro Tools looks archaic and in fact is archaic. People in studios are just scared to leave their investment behind and relearn a new DAW (even though Studio One is simple to learn)6. Recording in Studio one or any other decent DAW has been handled fine for years, and in higher quality and higher track counts than Pro Tools would allow with their outdated hardware until they finally had to go native and unlock it to the same level as competing DAWs.7. Pro Tools is still missing core workflow, mixing and audio / midi instrument handling and speedy workflow like proper track transform (studio one one click and back again if you ever need to revert)8. Studio One has proper modern window handling and high DPI screen scalability, not 1990s style floating windows with dead space and a very industrial non computer workflow centric design9. Pro Tools only strength remains it's ubiquity. That people are scared to let go of, yet other DAWS are quite capable of replacing it (the good ones) like Cubase, Logic and Studio One. Pro Tools users, much like apple users, have been completely brainwashed into repeating ad copy and sitting in their safety bubble daring to not look around at the much more powerful solutions out there. The world has moved on and Pro Tools has been left behind. When I remember (just one example) the totally lame scrolling down of tons of tracks all completely random coloured, no flow, no control of keeping track of this mess (hint they lack folder tracks – which have been in cubase, studio one and others for years) I just weep at the thought of what Pro Tools forced me to go through just to navigate a session without constantly hiding tracks and unhiding them to make it manageable. Folder tracks act like non-grouping groups too (so you can mute/solo from the master folder lane)10. Good luckk with insert chain presets, drag and drop/copying plugs across MULTIPLE inserts on MULTIPLE selected tracks at once with MULTIPLE selected plugs in just ONE drag/drop. What takes one move on Studio One to do this (to however many tracks you select) takes literally track number X plug in number (so if you want an eq, comp and delay copied to 5 other tracks it's 5 X 3 individual shift+alt drags = 15 operations to perform a task that in studio one is literally ONE drag and drop to populate all the tracks.11. INFINITE inserts and sends in Studio One, no 10 limit, no clunky constraints. The people in this video talk about Pro Tools helping creativity and just flowing and not holding them back? Are they SERIOUS? Have the even tried studio one? Now THAT is a DAW that "gets out of the way" of creativity.12. Studio One has built in world class tuning thanks to MELODYNE working via ARA directly in the daw with MULTIPLE tracks all showing up in melody to align/tune together. Pro Tools couldn't do that it's life depended on it. Studio One has every bit as good audio editing tools as Pro Tools and a lot more besides, and a lot easier to use.13. Studio One has console shaper (directly in the audio engine at the summing point) which sounds/works better than Avid HEAT (they are slightly different things but both help the sound) As for his final comment about committing? Yup, Pro Tools is not alone there. Studio one again will convert everything (inc vsti instruments) to rendered audio with ONE CLICK, it will embed then remove the plug-ins and give you that pure audio file in the track. Unlike ProTools however it will ALWAYS be revert-able to original state (all plugs back in place and if it was midi transformed to audio then the instrument will load back up) No matter how old the file, or how many people have touched it. ONE CLICK and all your original plugs and original audio is back. So how does 'Pro Tools' lead the way there exactly? In fact you can even just drag a midi file from a VSTi track onto an audio channel and it automatically converts it to audio and places it there. ONE drag/drop again! ProTools is probably the least 'creativity helpful' DAW out there and these guys talk as if it's the best? What's more, any clip (or event as it's known in Studio One) can have it's OWN independent effects, just hold 'ALT' and drag a plug-in (from the handy right hand browser with actual pictures of the plugs no horrible text menu scrolling if you don't want it) and drop it on the clip/event, BOOM! You thought editing the gain was handy per clip? try having PER CLIP FX when you need them without wanting to put them on all the track and use bypassing! Further, another simple click on the 'render' button for that clip/event will bounce it in place to pure audio – no stray FX. It's a producers dream and Pro Tools will never do that (maybe by version 20 if you're lucky) If this comment is even allowed to stay here (which I seriously doubt – this is AVID afterall) then I'm sure biased Pro Toolers will attempt to find flaws in my argument but you won't, these are facts and I know them all to well as someone who was on the Pro Tools train myself (through force/work mainly) but rarely enjoyed using it vs Cubase (previously) and then Studio One Pro V3. Have saved this comment to post on every video on here from other accounts if this one gets deleted. Sorry but this marketing CRAP gets on my nerves, these paid eejits in the video clearly are either lying or have no idea about what other DAWS can do and have been doing for YEARS before Pro Tools even caught up (its still trying to catch up in fact). In the 90s? Yeah Pro Tools ruled the planet. Not any more. Someone should tell these guys. Reply MyIAMB says: December 17, 2017 at 2:01 am Yes, but has he ever used another Daw Reply Mike Bailey says: January 25, 2018 at 4:05 am Avid should be embarrassed with this video. Could you be anymore full of it? Try mentioning benefits that belong only to ProTools. Protools has the least creative tools for music composition and I have them all. Reply mcmike100 says: March 4, 2018 at 10:58 pm As a long time Pro Tools user, I use Reaper. Reply REAL 1st says: March 13, 2018 at 10:12 am Pro Tools is the even you are using ASIO4ALL it sounds what it is when you bounce it. =) Reply Alexander says: May 1, 2018 at 11:15 am wow maroon five..dats band is best! for 10 years old stupid bitch mb…is this category of avid people ? lol avid is gay this days..its just ugly old product dat became more old and ugly…shame Reply Tom Faron says: August 2, 2018 at 6:07 pm Poor Tools Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. 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