Thursday, January 23, 2014
With the Standalone Eleven Rack Editor (version 1.0.0 at least) you may notice that when you have the Eleven Rack Editor open in Pro Tools and you go to adjust a plug-in, or volume, ect.... that the Eleven Rack Editor gets sent to the back, forcing you to go down to your taskbar and re-focus it, or use a key command like Alt+Tab.
Well, you could deal with this by strategically placing your Pro Tools windows to only cover 3/4 of the screen, but there is an easier way with a FREE utility called "Always On Top".
Simply download the free app, and follow the instructions to stick the Eleven Rack Editor (or any window) on top. Now when you click away to adjust volume, panning, ect... the Eleven Rack Editor window will stay on top of your other windows making it act much more like the integrated Editor in Pro Tools 10 and below.
Watch the following video to see how this works: