Right-click a track channel strip and choose Insert Audio Track or Insert MIDI Track on the pop-up menu.Right-click a bus channel strip and choose Insert Stereo Bus or Insert Surround Bus on the pop-up menu.Right-click the track or bus and choose Delete Track or Delete Bus on the pop-up menu.To jump to the first or last channel strip in the current pane (Track, Bus or Mains pane), press the PAGE UP and PAGE DOWN keys.A. Click to scroll one strip at a timeThe Console view contains buttons, sliders, and knobs. Faders and knobs can be adjusted in several ways:
To adjust the same control in all selected channel strips of the same type, hold down CTRL+SHIFT and adjust a control in any selected channel strip.
Faders and knobs have snap-to positions. To set the snap-to position, move a control to the desired snap-to position, right-click the control, and choose Value > Set Snap To = Current.To disable automation writing for the channel strip, click the Write Automation button again.
Right-click the control and choose Automation Write Enable on the pop-up menu.To disable automation writing for the control, choose Automation Write Enable on the menu again.Read Automation and Write Automation buttons are fully colored when they affect the entire channel strip. If only a subset of the channel strip’s controls are affected, the Read Automation button and Write Automation buttons are only partially colored.Figure 542. The Read Automation and Write Automation buttons indicate if the entire channel strip is affected, or only a subset of its controls.
1. Go to Edit > Preferences > MIDI - Control Surfaces.
2. Select your control surface in the Connected Controllers/Surfaces list.
3. Under WAI Display, select the Console View check box.The Console view shows a color-coded bar at the bottom of any channel strips that are controlled by your control surface. If you are using multiple control surfaces, you can assign a custom color to each control surface. For details, see The WAI display.Click the Modules menu in the Console view and choose the desired module.Figure 543. Console view Modules menu.
1. Click the Strips menu in the Console view and choose Track Manager to open the Track Manager dialog box.Click the Strips menu in the Console view and choose the desired channel strip type.Figure 544. Console view Strips menu.To set all channel strips to wide mode, click the Strips menu and choose Widen All Strips.To set all channel strips to narrow mode, click the Strips menu and choose Narrow All Strips.To toggle an individual channel strip between wide and narrow mode, right-click the channel strip and choose Narrow Strip on the pop-up menu.Click the Options menu, point to Meters, then set the desired options.To reset all clip indicators, click the Options menu, point to Meters and choose Reset All Meters.
Click the Docking Options button and choose Dock in MultiDock.
Click the Docking Options button and choose Undock.By default, the Track view and Console view show the same sets of tracks and buses. However, you can choose to show different sets of tracks and buses. To do so:
1. Click the Strips menu in the Console view and choose Track Manager to open the Track Manager dialog box.
2. Clear the Keep track/console visibility states in sync check box and click OK.Right-click the control you want to assign to a group, point to Group, then select the desired group on the submenu.Repeat the steps for each control you want to assign to the same group. You can adjust all grouped controls by adjusting any group member.To adjust a grouped control without affecting any other controls in the same group, hold down the CTRL key while you adjust the control.
2. Click the Link button .
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