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Allow instrument tracks for external instruments to be disabled.

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asked Sep 24, 2016 in Studio One Feature Requests by jwilden (760 points)
The disable track feature in 3.3 is excellent but only applies to instrument tracks with software instruments loaded.  I use a number of hardware sound modules and my typical workflow is to play and record the note data while recording the audio from the external module onto an audio track.  

I then want to set the instrument track aside and work with audio.  In most cases I will want to create another instrument track to the same external module and repeat the process several times for different patches and phrases.  

Obviously I don't want to lose the earlier instrument tracks (which may need further editing or rework) however neither do I want them playing at the same time.

At the moment it appears the only options are to mute the instrument track before hiding it this leaves a mute indicator active which renders that purposeless since clicking on it to clear a 'lost' mute will also re-enable the unwanted instrument track.

The other option I see is to remove the target midi device from the track - meaning I have to remember to include the device when creating the name of the track - not a great hardship but again better served by allowing me to disable the track the same way as for software instruments.

Thanks

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+1 vote
answered Sep 27, 2016 by mattcaprio (148,310 points)
selected Dec 11, 2016 by ghasenbeck
 
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