how2 view/delete all automation data for a track in arranger

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amwintx
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how2 view/delete all automation data for a track in arranger

Post by amwintx » Mon Sep 23, 2002 9:15 pm

All:

In the arranger view, is there a way to tell what aspects of a track have automation data? Meaning, if I have automated the panning, EQ, and volume of a track, is there a way (other than remembering) that I have automated those aspects of the track other than clicking on each item to check if it has automation data. That is an OK way to do it when the track is fresh in your mind, but once you put a track away and then come back to it after a while, it can be hard to remember what is automated and what isn't.

Also, is there a way to clear all automation data for a track in one shot?

Thanks.

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Post by Alex Reynolds » Tue Sep 24, 2002 1:41 am

Check out the sequencer view...

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how2 view/delete all automation data for a track in arranger

Post by amwintx » Tue Sep 24, 2002 2:53 am

I realize that the sequencer view is the place to view automation data. What I really wanted to know, was how Live visually indicated which parameters of a track contained automation data.

I now see that Live puts a little red (in my color scheme) higlight around each of the parameters that have been automated. This helps to see at a glance where the automation data is.

Now, does anyone know how to remove all automation data from a track and start with a clean slate?

Thanks.

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