Is it possible to you to post it as one plugin somewhere else?autogen wrote:Nice! I just tried this with Reaktor on OSX and it's working great. Thanks for the heads up.
maybe you missed it - I posted an OS X plug-in earlier:rcutz wrote:Is it possible to you to post it as one plugin somewhere else?autogen wrote:Nice! I just tried this with Reaktor on OSX and it's working great. Thanks for the heads up.
Hi thanks very much.os wrote:maybe you missed it - I posted an OS X plug-in earlier:rcutz wrote:Is it possible to you to post it as one plugin somewhere else?autogen wrote:Nice! I just tried this with Reaktor on OSX and it's working great. Thanks for the heads up.
pixelbox wrote:Don't taze me, bro!friend_kami wrote:yeah well. i didnt really need this until lately, before that i usually didnt have alot of track. now i can easily end up with 50+ tracks and not beeing able to group them for easy management is just a workflow stopper. atleast this way i can have all my bus groups with fx groups per bus group (got that?) and be able to quickly show/hide them to quickly and conveniently find what im looking for. anyone whos worked with any type of track grouping options before knows how useful this is. its not a complete workaround but this way you can simply just fold all the tracks to its minimum one play button style width and put them all the way to the left/right, making a makeshift hide group by placing them out of the way with the scroll bar position heh, and then use the show/hide group of the midi tracks and work with the different groups there. then ofcourse if needed you can resize the tracks to go directly to the source audio incase you want to change it.pixelbox wrote:I find it extremely fascinating that Live users are willing to sacrifice CPU and change audio buss routing all for the sake of visual & kinesthetic organization and workflow. Ableton? You guys listening? All of this effort just to fold tracks!
if you still dont get it, make a big project with alot of tracks and just simply try it. youll be amazed as to how it will help you work and organise things for a faster workflow. seriously. especially with working with multiple groups.
yes, it does sacrifice cpu, but dont wine on me for that, whine on ableton.
I wasn't taking a dig at your or criticizing you. I WAS "whining on Ableton" for that.
I'm just pointing out that many Live users are willing to go to great lengths and work around all sorts of obstacles, and re-purpose work flow just to work in this manner, thus, it makes good usability sense to make this easier to do without having to effect the routing. It's plainly obvious that Ableton needs to simply include the ability to fold and group tracks within the GUI and not have it effect anything else. Kinda like Photoshop did with Layer Bins (if you know the reference).
yes, that should work, since its saved inside a rack. you could even save .als and just drop them over to have a template of tracks containing different effect setups etc.FrigginEH wrote:So..... Would another potential benefit of this approach be that you could then copy your bus tracks (and their effects and preset levels) between saved projects? Unless I'm missing something, you can't do that with returns. I currently use returns for a bunch of delay and reverb with specific settings that I can't figure out how to copy to other projects. Would this allow me to copy and paste my busses to other projects?
davepermen wrote:one use could be: track grouping and modulating effect clips (check dummy clips) on the group. which would be a thing i'd like to have.