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Old 05-05-2019, 02:50 PM
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Default Feature request: automatch arrows on channel strip screen

I know that part of what you get for the big bucks on S6 are the automatch indicators on the channel meter, but there's enough space on the S3 channel strip screen to put little up/down arrows like D-Control.

What do you think Eddie? This would be a big upgrade for me. I find myself looking at the Mix window, desperately hoping the channel I'm touching is displayed, and then hoping when I let go of the fader I don't get an embarassing jump in the sound.
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