What new functionality does 3.6 bring to the ProTools user?
“Dashboard” With the RAVEN 3.5 users had to keep UPDD, V-Control Pro, RAVEN, and the DAW all in sync. Now with the RAVEN Dashboard, all the apps can be accessed within the RAVEN. Calibrate, Configure, Gestures, Tutorials, and Manuals are all in one easy to find space. Simply open the RAVEN Dashboard and users can Launch the DAW and RAVEN and Calibrate in two buttons.
“Dynamic Display Detection” now allows you to run the RAVEN on a non primary screen, so users can keep their iMac and large 4k Studio Monitors as the main display while running the RAVEN mixers and toolbars on another display.
“Dynamic Gestures” now automatically detects the DAW and uses the correct gesture profile for the DAW, while automatically translating all the users key command to the open Application. Users can also set their own “default” gestures for the open application.
“Pro Tools Mixing Layout” all of Steven’s favorite mixing Batch Commands in one layout for Single and Dual RAVEN on macOS and Windows. Instant plugin chains, audiosuites, and fader groups all in one RAVEN layout.
“Favorite Floating Palette” Another great feature of RAVEN 4.0 is the Favorite Palette, this is a global panel that stays the same in all the layouts of the RAVEN. So grab all your favorite batch command panels and drop them in the Favorite Palette for easy access to these buttons across all the layouts.
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