Kudos to whoever you are in programming - TRACK SUBGROUPS

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Kudos to whoever you are in programming - TRACK SUBGROUPS

Post by ontologist » Mon Aug 03, 2020 8:59 pm

I just am taking a moment to pause my Ableton work flow and give a huge


to the person or persons that designed and implemented track subgroupings into Live 10. I have been a huge proponent of groups since starting with Live 7 and now that I can have nested groups or subgroups or groups-within-groups or whatever it's termed my productivity and clarity in work design have skyrocketed.

When I first saw the sub-group feature I thought "that's cute, and useful, but having just one extra layer of groupings is just okay" -- but I was wrong, they knocked it out of the park with being able to sub-group indefinitely --- it seems that it's turtles all the way down. I imagine there is a limit of how deep nested groups can go, but I got bored of playing around to find out, so, yeah, that's enough layers!

So thank you, Live programmers -- that small but powerful feature is completely work the upgrade to 10 all by itself. I have always been in awe of the programming features of Live but this one is truly inspired.

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Re: Kudos to whoever you are in programming - TRACK SUBGROUPS

Post by miyaru » Wed Aug 05, 2020 9:10 am

:D :D :D :D :D
Greetings from Miyaru.

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