Click a track’s Expand/collapse Automation lanes button .The Expand/collapse Automation lanes button is a toggle and only shows automation parameters that have previously been assigned to lanes. Any other existing automation parameters are displayed in the parent track.If no Automation lanes have been previously created, a new Automation lane is created and assigned to a parameter based on the following priority list:
The Expand/collapse Automation Lanes button has three states:
Collapsed, with no existing lanes. The button is not highlighted .
Collapsed, with at least one existing lane. The button has a soft blue glow .
Expanded. The button is solid blue .
2. Do one of the following:
Click the Insert new lane button .
7. Do one of the following:
Click the Automation lane’s Edit Filter, point to Automation, and select the desired track automation parameter. Created envelopes are displayed in bold text at the top of the menu, and automation parameters that are assigned to other Automation lanes are dimmed.
2. Hold down the SHIFT key and click the Insert new lane button in an Automation lane.Click the lane’s Remove lane button . The lane is removed, and any existing automation envelope is moved up to the parent track.
Move the mouse pointer over the gap below a lane until the cursor looks like this , then drag up or down to resize the lane to your liking.When you resize a lane, all other lanes in the same track/bus automatically inherit the same height.Figure 532. Drag the splitter bar up/down to resize lanes.
2. Click the Automation lane’s Edit Filter, point to Automation, and select the desired track automation parameter. Created envelopes are displayed in bold text at the top of the menu.
1. Click a track’s Expand/collapse Take lanes button .
2. Click the Take lane’s Edit Filter, point to Clip Automation, and select the desired clip automation parameter. Created envelopes are displayed in bold text at the top of the menu.
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