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Farhoof 08-02-2022 09:28 AM

Re: Feature: fix a track in edit window
 
Before I start mixing I bounce 3 mono DME's and place the tracks among the mix auxes which I usually have on screen while mixing. A fixed track would be great.

Ryan Young 08-02-2022 02:24 PM

Re: Feature: fix a track in edit window
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by cablenaute (Post 2643327)
It would be a nice feature indeed, having a dialogue track or folder fixed at the top of the screen, so that you know when you have to go up or down with music or anything else… I am in!!

This is my reasoning for this feature. I think folder waveform overviews would be huge, THEN be able to "fix" the folder while mixing other elements around it.

smurfyou 08-02-2022 03:15 PM

Re: Feature: fix a track in edit window
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Ryan Young (Post 2643512)
This is my reasoning for this feature. I think folder waveform overviews would be huge, THEN be able to "fix" the folder while mixing other elements around it.

+1

capt kirk 08-05-2022 09:42 PM

Re: Feature: fix a track in edit window
 
AMS audiofile..........ahhhh good times, edit in source stack

BScout 08-05-2022 11:27 PM

Re: Feature: fix a track in edit window
 
Cubase/Nuendo has this (divide track list)
Other DAWs have it

albee1952 08-06-2022 05:02 PM

Re: Feature: fix a track in edit window
 
For what its worth, the idea is in the pipeline. Where it goes from there is anybody's guess, but my fingers are crossed;)

reichman 08-06-2022 06:35 PM

Re: Feature: fix a track in edit window
 
+1 Just like spreadsheet 'freeze row'. In addition to Ryan's idea, having one of the re-record tracks visibly punching in on top would be very helpful in single-system mixes.


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