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Astraios

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  • Birthday 12/29/1959

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  1. I quit piddling around with screensets. Loading takes too long for me and remembering what is for what makes me nervous. Now I get used to these Lenses. Anyway, there are shortcuts for the use of screensets...
  2. Focus moves with left and right keyboard-arrows when console-view window (floating mode) is active, but if focus is set by shortcut "Put focus in Track pane/ Bus pane" it moves by arrowkey up and down... because the cursor remains in the track pane (track or bus) in console-view it is highlighted but not really active - only after mouse-click into the highlighted field Switching the focus between track and bus in console-view only works with floating windows here.... realize the difference - one is focused (passive) and one is focused (active) with little withe angles
  3. ❓ You mean these two shortcuts, right? - Put focus in Track pane --- SHIFT+UP ARROW - Put focus in Bus pane --- SHIFT+DOWN ARROW But it didn't do the trick for me
  4. Hi and Hello 😷 do you know any trick to switch the *Priority" between Tracks and Busses without Mouse-activity in the console-view. Keyboard arrows left or right do move the active hightlight, but I haven't found a way to switch from tracks to busses... As you can see in the following picture, it is possible to switch in ACT window.... ACT Window in Cakewalk in this dropdown list (in ACT option window) are all available CbBL-commands specified... (might be hundreds) Previous Group or Next Group are assignable MIDI-remote commands. Nice to meet you 😁
  5. Oh - cool! That's a bit easier instead clicking on the tiny double arrow. Thx 😁
  6. Hmm, (from my point of view) there is no other option than that... the Quad Curve-EQ is always dedicated to one track.
  7. When EQ is highlighted in Inspector - instead clicking this little dubble-arrow called zoom-window
  8. Hi and Hello, What about a Quad Curve EQ Shortcut inside Inspector to bring the flyout window in front and back again? This shoudn't be to complicated... Cheers
  9. 😄 another weird idea, ha ha... I don't know, if this is technically possible? But to control two or more Synths in Synthrack with the same MIDI Control SetUp would be cool for me
  10. Hi and Hello, is there any chance to stop or interrupt the incomming MIDI-Remote signals (temporally) for a specific plugin or synth inside the synthrack or elsewhere? As you can see, in my setup, Beatstep Pro as my MIDI-(Remote) Controller is disabled (any Channel is checked) in MIDI Input Preset (Inspector) but my Synth in the Synthrack still receives MIDI-remote signals on MIDI Cha 3 😬 It confuses me, because in the preset only CME VX (on MIDI Cha 1) is set active... Probably MIDI-Remote/MIDI Learn (in Synthrack) has it's own separate live and has nothing to do with MIDI Input presets in the inspector 😪 and probably this is a 'normal' MIDI-protocol limitation (in all DAWs) So it seems, MIDI-remote signals don't differ about what Plugin or Softsynth is active right now. Do I send (for e.g.) CC 104 on MIDI Channel 3, every virtual Plugin/Softsynthparameter which is assigned to this data value will be affected - unfortunatelly not the highlihted or active one...
  11. A few years ago, I started to save softsynth adjustments as VST-save (*.fxp --> VST2) in every project for every track and instrument, also Pro Channel EQ adjustments (*.pcp) to prevent from horror scenario...
  12. Okay, thx - did it your way and it works fine now! 😁
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