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Old 03-05-2003, 01:16 PM
mattsteuart mattsteuart is offline
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Default thin all automation

Does any one know of a way to thin all the automation in a session, not track by track, paramater by paramater.

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Old 03-05-2003, 06:38 PM
Rob Macomber Rob Macomber is offline
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Default Re: thin all automation

Haven't tried it...but the logic would be as follows:

Set all tracks to view...say volume. Hit return, Command + A to select entire session. Now hold Control and choose Thin Automation from Edit menu. Does it work? I'll try tomorrow.

This does work if you want to say delete all automation playlists. (control+Delete...with all tracks set to view an Automation playlist...and entire session selected)

Rob
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