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Old 12-11-2011, 06:08 PM
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Time for some Pro Tools 8 Stuff :

In the plugin mapping category of 'did you know's .....'

Did you know that you can assign multiple parameters to a single encoder ?
There's 2 'layers' on each encoder, accessible through the select (SEL) switch under the encoder. The select switch will toggle between the layers, giving dual functionality possibilities to both the encoder itself and the b-m-p switch.

Chris

This mapping seems to be broken in PT10, I can't import my old maps and I can't "learn" the channel's encoders to behave differently...
This together with the disappearing maps in CF Plug-in view is functionality that seems to be forgotten. Or am I missing something? (I did trash the preferences since installing PT10).

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Old 12-11-2011, 09:33 PM
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It's frustrating - hopefully we get some bug fixes in the next release...
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Old 03-02-2013, 08:40 AM
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Hi Chris,

is that a D-Control only function? I don't see any EDIT button other than the one that shows the edit window. Thanks for all this info!!

Jordi Gil



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some good posts in thread in this forum. Going to copy paste some of them so they don't get lost in cyberspace :

This one is by Gil Gowing : Easy way to quickly create a custom fader group through selecting the tracks you want in the CF group :

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You can do this. Select the tracks you want, select the custom group you want to populate, double press the edit button to name the group and return. The selected channels will populate the custom group.

Gil

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I'm Only on post #5 and I've picked up so much......

I've got 5-1/2 more pages to go !!!!!

Thank you Chris L
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