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Dizzi45Z 12-16-2015 10:03 AM

Bouncing or Committing an Auxiliary Input ignores track solos.
 
I am trying to create stems with certain tracks and their EFX coming from the effects busses.

When I solo a track and hit playback, I hear exactly what I would like to get. But when I then Commit the Mix Bus (Auxiliary Input track that all tracks are routed to), the solo is ignored and I get a commit of all the tracks coming through. Is it supposed to work like this?

I tested it with bounce and bounce does not factor in the solo either. However, it seems like VCA's solo's are factored in. Weird... Still testing and trying to figure out when solos work on Commit and Bounce and why.

Dizzi45Z 12-16-2015 10:40 AM

Re: Commit on busses ignores soloed tracks
 
Yeah, so if you assign a VCA to the track you want soloed and use the solo on a VCA it works. If try to just solo the track and Commit or Bounce, it will not honor the solo.

Can anyone else confirm this?

Dizzi45Z 12-16-2015 10:49 AM

Bouncing or Committing an Auxiliary Input ignores track solos.
 
One other find. If you set-up a Master and bounce from the Master, the Solos are considered. So a work around is to create a Master that is on the input bus for that Aux Input and Bounce from the Master Fader.

Nevertheless, I'll bet this is a bug. So far I have defined it as:

Bouncing or Committing an Auxiliary Input ignores track solos.

jimax 06-04-2020 11:00 AM

Re: Bouncing or Committing an Auxiliary Input ignores track solos.
 
I confirm it's still the case.


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