Yeah, probably so. I gave up on using the Tranzport to scrub a while back because I got tired of these random crashes - not to mention having to recover the data or just plain start over from where I lost things at the time of the crash. I really loved being able to use it to scrub because I didn't have to bounce in and out of the clips pane. After the recent updates to CakeTalking came out, I began to take advantage of the enhanced editing features in the clips pane. I still use the Tranzport to quickly scrolled back and forth through projects; but to be honest, I tend to use my wireless keyboard to do most of the stuff during the recording and editing process. When I run an external control surface, there's a lot of verbiage, especially when I'm navigating tracks, etc. I have to listen to a lot of stuff to find out what track I'm on - and it doesn't report the name of the track. Of course, I may have things configured wrong in that regard. I guess I tend to fall back on things that I know are working well and that are stable in their operation.
Mike----- Original Message ----- From: "Phil Muir" <info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <ddots-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Friday, February 18, 2011 13:15 Subject: [ddots-l] Re: Scrubbing with something Else?
Mike depends. For instance, not sure how many sighted people use scrubbingwith a control surface as most of them would most likely be using a mouse. On the other hand, if you are sighted and you are into video production then, you probably are not using Sonar for that. Regards, Phil Muir Accessibility Training Telephone: US (615) 713-2021 UK +44-1747-821-794 Mobile: UK +44-7968-136-246 E-mail: info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx URL:http://www.accessibilitytraining.co.uk/
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