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Faderport 8 Follows Studio OneTrack Selection

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asked Jun 16, 2017 in FaderPort 8 or 16 Feature Requests by tshadgett (1,810 points)
Would be great to have the Faderport follow the track selection in Studio One.

At the moment,if you select a channel with the FP8 navigation controls, both the FP and S1 will update, however,if I select a track with the mouse in S1, the FP does not bank across to view that selection also.

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answered Jun 16, 2017 by Skip Jones (153,420 points)

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answered Jan 20 by ArrowHead (490 points)
This already exists.  After selecting a channel with your mouse or the encoder,  just press the encoder.  It will reflect the selection and bank on the unit.
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answered Mar 8 by tvonsv (1,390 points)

ArrowHead: thanks for pointing this out. However, I don't think that is quite what the request author is asking, which I understand is to have it done automatically (without having to press the encoder, in order to speed up the workflow). Having this as an option seems like a decent compromise to me.

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answered Mar 20 by wonder6oy (1,570 points)
"After selecting a channel with your mouse or the encoder,  just press the encoder.  It will reflect the selection and bank on the unit."

Only if you are in Bank or Channel mode.  Any other mode you have to exit out of first.
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answered Jul 25 by coryplaugh1 (570 points)
I agree! The single faderport does this right? There should be a way to turn FOLLOW on/off. I was surprised to see that it didn't.
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answered Aug 19 by Daw Stew (1,150 points)
I agree, this should be an automatic thing, having to click the encoder seems unnecessary. Also, why can't the track event also be selected once the new track is selected? i find myself altering the parameters in the Inspector but the event on the other track i've just navigated away from is still selected meaning i edit the wrong event. This happened the other day when i was altering the event gain level, i selected my snare track with the Select on the Faderport, which it duly switched to but the event highlighted was still the kick drum.
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