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More track grouping parameters for ganged operation

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asked Dec 20, 2016 in Studio One Feature Requests by aaroncampbell1 (2,260 points)
Faders are nice in groups, as well as item edits, however, could we have selectable group parameters for each group such as panning, inverse relationship panning etc?  Right now, even highlighting two tracks will not allow you to pan both at once.  I think grouping parameters would be helpful for grouping relationship controls.  I didn't see this asked about when I searched.

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answered Jan 11, 2017 by mattcaprio (148,230 points)
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answered Dec 21, 2016 by aaroncampbell1 (2,260 points)
With all due respect, I am asking something different.  You are talking about envelope parameters for inserts and sends which is nice, yes, but I mean direct clicking functionality of a group of tracks.  Panning control gang function etc.
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answered Jul 8, 2017 by williamcook1 (1,420 points)
Ideally, how cubase link groups work.  You create a link group and have a range of settings you'd like to group or not group, which could include anything you decide you'd like to group.  I'd like grouping to be more flexible in this regard.  ie, be able to group your drums for editing, but not group the faders or panning or solo / mute.  Or group only panning for multi mic'd guitars.  Basically, we just need a selection box per group to designate what should be grouped.  What gets grouped by default is kind of an annoying middle ground as is.
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answered Jan 22, 2018 by petrzikmund (1,050 points)


for example, when I work with several microphones on several guitars, I miss this option (panning, inverse relationship panning etc.)