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Fader Group Mix Snapshot
Each time a
Mix
is saved, a
Fader Group Snapshot
is automatically saved at the same
time. This stores
Grouping
information relevant to that particular
Mix
and is a transparent
operation to the operator.
Loading a previous
Mix
containing different
Fader Group
settings causes a dialogue to
appear with two options:
Use the current
Fader Groups
and load the
Mix
anyway.
Replace the current
Fader Groups
with the stored
Groups
.
Note:
This also applies to mixes in the
RAM
mix buffers, since any
Fader Group
changes
only apply to the current
Mix
pass.
Muting Fader Groups
Pressing the
Mute
on a
Group Master
fader also mutes the
Group Slaves
. All
Slaves
can
still be muted individually, but muting the
Master
forces all
Slaves
to follow the
Mute/Unmute
condition of the
Master
.
Slave Restore
The
Slave Restore
checkbox on the
Fader Groups
window modifies the fader
Group Mute
Logic
. With this box checked, the current mute state for
Slave Faders
is maintained.
Muting a
Master
still mutes the entire
Group
but now, unmuting the
Master
returns all
Slaves
to their original mute state.
Example:
You have a drum group with several tom tracks in it which are muted for
most of the song. Applying a global group unmute would mean that you
would have to re-mute the tom tracks. Using the slave restore function
means that the tom tracks would only be unmuted when you specifically
unmute them directly.
Note:
Since the
Slave
condition restored is that last set in the
Mix
, careful setup of the
reference state of the
Slave Mutes
is required, e.g. if the
Master
is muted in the reference
mix (prior to a
New Mix
operation), then all
Slaves
will be
Muted
in the reference
Mix
.
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