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Recording: Automation Modes
While recording a
Mix
,
Supertrue 4
uses four main modes of operation. How
Supertrue
treats each channel is determined by the automation mode currently assigned to it. The
diagrams below represent three passes recording a fader level changing over time and how
each of the automation modes affects the recording.
Note:
It’s essential to use the
New Mix
button to create every new
Mix
. This places all
channels into
Write
automation mode, sets the
On Stop
mode to
Write-To-End
and
selects all
Write Enables
.
Read Mode
When the
Mix
is replayed the channel is put into
Read
mode. The console fader repeats the
movement as it was written.
Write Mode
The channel has been put into
Write
mode. The
Mix
is recorded and the fader’s level is
written into the
Mix
.
Note:
It’s important to keep track of which channels are
Reading
and which are in
Write
.
If you inadvertently put a channel into
Write
instead of
Read
then the stored level
changes will be overwritten.
The current automation mode of each channel is shown on the
Faders Up
screen.
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WRITE
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