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Old 05-08-2016, 02:41 PM
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Default Do busses stack?

Let's say you have a stereo template, and you've all your stereo buses and everything works.

Suddenly you want to also make a 7.1 template so you need all new bussing etc.

Do you make your new surround template along with al the bussing and then just save that template and all the additional I/O bussing. So I can open my stereo templates and everything will still work as it does with the surround busses just not being used?

I don't want a situation where if I open a stereo template I get busses missing and always have to import IO Settings... Same if I then open my surround template I just want both to work without the need to keep importing I/O settings.

Is this how you guys work?

Thanks a lot!
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