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Old 01-13-2011, 10:14 AM
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Default Can there be more than one Attentioned Track?

I'm loving the attentioned track feature, but can I dedicate two or more faders to this? Often I have two related, adjacent tracks that I want to be attentioned/selected. How can I make multiple selected track spill across two or more faders? When I select attentioned/selected track on more than one fader, all faders mirror the last track selected in PT9.

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Old 01-15-2011, 01:36 PM
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Default Re: Can there be more than one Attentioned Track?

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I'm loving the attentioned track feature, but can I dedicate two or more faders to this? Often I have two related, adjacent tracks that I want to be attentioned/selected
No, the "follow attention" track will always follow the last focus track. And there is only one focus track. You can select "follow attention" on 10 tracks but they will be 10 copies of the same focus track.

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How can I make multiple selected track spill across two or more faders?
I am not sure I understand the question but you can create a "layout" to assign multiple non adjacent track to adjacent faders of your choice. It is more a "recall" mode than a "spill" mode.

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Old 01-15-2011, 02:40 PM
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I am not sure I understand the question but you can create a "layout" to assign multiple non adjacent track to adjacent faders of your choice. It is more a "recall" mode than a "spill" mode.

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Thanks, but you pretty much answered the question. If I know I will need up to 3 faders to control, and don't want to waste my life banking around, I want those to come up on 3 faders I designate, like the Attentioned track, only as many of them as I choose, not just one.
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