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Re: Pro Tools user looking to Cubase for orchestral work

Post by Musicmind » Fri Jan 27, 2017 11:35 pm

Well I just loaded your template. Now I know - We need! the folders. Thanks for letting us see your efforts ;-)
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Re: Pro Tools user looking to Cubase for orchestral work

Post by ZeroZero » Sat Jan 28, 2017 11:38 am

Folders could be so much more useful

Here is my top three suggestions

1] Make it possible to see and import whole folders when using import track from project. Imagine having a folder with your strings which you could import if you need to

2] Make it possible (optionally) for the folder to govern the routing, so that anything put in that folder gets routed to whatever the folder is routed to. It could even be possible for group tracks to behave like folders.

3] Make it possible to invisibalize folders to reduce clutter. There are other ways a folder could be represented in the project view - a slim line perhaps or an icon on the track indicating ownership when tooltipped.

These three comparatively minor improvements would make a huge difference to peoples workflow. One could then develop 'library' projects where your instrument genres are kept, then imported, with no excess RAM overhead, as the import could then be cut to what you need.

This would be a huge improvement.
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