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Old 04-27-2005, 06:17 AM
DannyVanSpreuwel DannyVanSpreuwel is offline
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Default PT 6.9 new join function

Just installed the 6.9 update. I like the new automation updates very much. The new join function gives me the ability not to use the (dangerous) write to end function. What I like to add to the new functions is a way to use the join function as a recall-last-controller-settings-when-stopped. A lot of verbs in one line ..... You will think: a few days after the release allready there are needs for more. I think this function is allready in the software and just needs a softknob connected to it (digi?).
What I mean is this: You run through a scene in automation. At the end of the scene you have a mix setting that you like as a start. Then go back, and just before you enter the scene you press join to recall the last controller settings. This recalls only the controllers that where marked for join.

Danny van Spreuwel
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