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Track Automation "offset"?


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Hi, coming from a sonar user perspective, I want to be able to "offset" track automation, for ex:

I have created volume automation on a track, and now the volume fader is completely under control of the automation as expected.

I want to change the overall volume of the entire track with the fader, without needing to adjust the entire automation curve, but of course the automation won't allow me.

Is there an option to allow this? In sonar it is called "offset mode".

Thanks very much,

Eric

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Hi, coming from a sonar user perspective, I want to be able to "offset" track automation, for ex:

I have created volume automation on a track, and now the volume fader is completely under control of the automation as expected.

I want to change the overall volume of the entire track with the fader, without needing to adjust the entire automation curve, but of course the automation won't allow me.

Is there an option to allow this? In sonar it is called "offset mode".

Thanks very much,

Eric

there is an option to do that : you should look for the main ini file (Sam10_E.ini) and add this line

ScaleVolumePanAutomationInReadMode=2

in the [Factors] section

More details here : V10 - Track Vol Automation, locks mixer fader

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The ini entry is only necessary, if you want to trim the automation while in read mode.

You can also set the automation mode to trim. When not in playback the complete curve

will be shifted.

Oliver

I didn't notice, thanks a lot. This is the perfect behaviour, as the old one could lead to mistakes.

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