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Please implement 'Where Am I' functionality - visual indication of current channels handled by controller

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asked May 7, 2018 in Hardware Integration / Remote Control by Morticia (580 points)

Please implement a visual indication of the channels in the console view that are actively controlled by a hardware controller.

Cakewalk Sonar used a system like this -

This is really useful if one has more channels than the controller. When one shifts control to the next bank of channels it is easy to forget where you are. A 'Where Am I' display such as the example above gives the user quick orientation at a glance. 

This would only enhance Studio One's excellent work-flow.


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answered May 21, 2018 by AlexTinsley (924,570 points)
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answered May 7, 2018 by BrentJammer (770 points)
Thanks, I second that. The point for me is: Not needing to have the Console open while producing, but instead using a hardware controller - this only works if your hardware controller actually has displays for each track, mine didn't. Most Midi Controller Keyboards also come with Faders but no Info on where you're at. If I need the Console Window open in Studio One while using a hardware controller - it's almost pointless.
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answered May 8, 2018 by Morticia (580 points)
That's a very good point well made BrentJammer.

I tend to mix in Console view because of the meters, rather than the Arrangement (track) view so hadn't thought of that.
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answered Sep 18, 2018 by chrismarshall2 (1,100 points)
Top request.  I was just posting a question in the forum on exactly the same. Sonar did this very nicely, and I'd assumed it was an obvious UI thing to implement.  Bit frustrating (especially with 8-channel controllers) to have to keep hitting a select button to find out where you are.  I imagine this will be of use to Faderport  as well as X-Touch folk.