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Digidesign ICON commissioning specialist course feedback DAW Software
Old 23rd May 2004
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Digidesign ICON commissioning specialist course feedback

I just got back from a the first week-long ICON training course at Digidesign in Daly City, so I can proudly say I'm now an ICS - ICON Commisioning Specialist. I was wondering how it could take a week to learn the board and everything about it as I'm a pretty experienced tools user, and have been selling PT for years... but this thing is deep. I am totally into the Custom faders functions - I think the idea of mapping diffferent parameters from different plugins across the mix down onto the faders and being able to adjust the parameters of lots of plugs at once and see how they interact with each other is going to take plugin use beyond the next level.
We covered assembly, installation and configuration and spent a lot of time talking about the new Pro Tools 6.4 features, some like delay compensation (FINALLY) and track punch - but also the ICON only features that are hidden unless you have the D-control to get at them...
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