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Matthew Steel 04-15-2010 11:02 AM

Defaults for new session dialog?
 
Is there a way to specify the default settings (sample/bit rate, I/O setup, etc) for the New Session dialog?

It seems that the defaults are whatever was last used. Usually this is OK, but sometimes we'll open a session from somewhere else, or use a different sample rate than we normally use. Then if "somebody" blindly clicks OK without perusing the settings then it causes grief. I'd like to set a default sample rate, bit depth, or at least have my "Standard Settings" to be the default I/O Setup if there is a way.

(BTW we are still on 7.3 on 10.4 on a Dual G5 Power Mac)

Daniel Sasso 04-15-2010 11:21 AM

Re: Defaults for new session dialog?
 
you can always create a session, and then in Finder, select the session and press Command+I (Get Info). Check the box Stationary Pad or Locked, I don't remember, but one of these option should solve your problem.

Drew Mazurek 04-15-2010 03:02 PM

Re: Defaults for new session dialog?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Matthew Steel (Post 1592491)
Is there a way to specify the default settings (sample/bit rate, I/O setup, etc) for the New Session dialog?

It seems that the defaults are whatever was last used. Usually this is OK, but sometimes we'll open a session from somewhere else, or use a different sample rate than we normally use. Then if "somebody" blindly clicks OK without perusing the settings then it causes grief. I'd like to set a default sample rate, bit depth, or at least have my "Standard Settings" to be the default I/O Setup if there is a way.

(BTW we are still on 7.3 on 10.4 on a Dual G5 Power Mac)

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