There are various ways you can customize the Console view to suit your needs and to save screen space, including:
Click the Strips menu in the Console view and choose the desired channel strips.Do one of the following:
Click the Strips menu, choose Track Manager to open the Track Manager dialog box, then select the tracks you want to show.
Right-click a channel strip and choose Hide Track or Hide Bus on the pop-up menu.Click the Strips menu in the Console view and choose Muted, Archived or Frozen.Click the Modules menu in the Console view and choose the desired module.Figure 539. Console view Modules menu.Channel strips can be either wide or narrow. By showing narrow channel strips, you can show more tracks, buses and mains simultaneously in the Console view.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.
Table 274. HIdden channel strip controls in Narrow mode Figure 540. You can show all or individual channel strips in Narrow mode in order to see more channel strips simultaneously.Drag the vertical splitter bars to the left or right. The splitter bars snap to channel strip boundaries.A. Pane splitter bars
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