MultiDock PRV

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2010/12/08 13:32:54 (permalink)

MultiDock PRV

Is there a way to get the PRV when in MultiDock to automatically change to the selected track? As when I drag it into the MultiDock it only stays on the track that was selected when I dragged it in.
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    Re:MultiDock PRV 2010/12/09 16:56:25 (permalink)
    Anyone?
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    Re:MultiDock PRV 2010/12/09 16:58:56 (permalink)
    I would also like to know how to do that. It would improve my workflow a lot.

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    Re:MultiDock PRV 2010/12/09 17:33:10 (permalink)
    And I thought it was just me

    I found the "set the console to follow the track view order" option

    I assume this is in there somewhere but haven't found it yet

    I keep switching it under the tracks tab, then select track, then track#

    Anyone??




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    Re:MultiDock PRV 2010/12/09 17:40:38 (permalink)

    I really wish this worked the same as in Studio One. You click to select a MIDI clip, and the clip is automatically shown, AND highlighted, in the piano roll.



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    Re:MultiDock PRV 2010/12/09 17:49:18 (permalink)
    JenksTer


    Is there a way to get the PRV when in MultiDock to automatically change to the selected track? As when I drag it into the MultiDock it only stays on the track that was selected when I dragged it in.


    The only way I see at the moment is to double click the data you want to see there (not the track, but the clips).



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    Re:MultiDock PRV 2010/12/09 17:54:49 (permalink)
    Thanks, Billy - I'll give that a try
    Way faster than 4 menu clicks!


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    Re:MultiDock PRV 2010/12/09 17:57:39 (permalink)
    cwig


    I really wish this worked the same as in Studio One. You click to select a MIDI clip, and the clip is automatically shown, AND highlighted, in the piano roll.


    It does work that way - just double click the MIDI clip (and of course have the PRV in the MD if that's where you want it).

    Or just dbl click the MIDI clip and it will open the PRV anyway (as it did pre-X1) - unless you change the double click clip option (but the default is already set this way).



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    Re:MultiDock PRV 2010/12/09 17:58:37 (permalink)
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    Thanks, Billy - I'll give that a try
    Way faster than 4 menu clicks!


    I never needed 4 menu clicks.  Just dbl clicking on a MIDI clip would invoke the PRV even before X1.

    But you're welcome :)


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    Re:MultiDock PRV 2010/12/09 17:59:56 (permalink)
    brammer


    Thanks, Billy - I'll give that a try
    Way faster than 4 menu clicks!


    Oh, one thing is to make sure the PRV in the Multi-Dock is the 'focus' of the Multi-Dock.  IOW, if you have a few things multi-docked, you may have to click on the PRV tab there to 'see' your data.'



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