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+2 votes
asked Jun 25, 2019 in Hardware Integration / Remote Control by huberttorzewski (340 points)
1. Follow Track Pan (on sends). Right mouse button click and selecting "follow track pan" to match panning of the track (even the automation in panning). It's present in Cakewalk by Bandlab. I was using it ALWAYS. I don't know how S1 don't have this basic, time-saving feature.

2. Sends on FX tracks. Come on, why the heck buses can have sends and FX tracks not? It's ridiculous. Add it right now, please.

3. Colorizing the sends and buses. Why can't I make all my instrument buses yellow and my FX buses green?

4. Sound on sound recording. Why the audio on the track is muted if I press the record button and I can't change this behaviour?

5. Increasing/decreasing waveform size on each track individually.

6. Gain knob on each fader. First in the routing.

7. Better multi-core utilization. My i9-9900K is working only 40% during heavy sessions export (or small project, it doesn't matter). It could be handled way better.

8. More cross-fade options. Being able to select clips and fade them no matter if the clips are close to each other or have some gaps. It should move the start and endings of the clips to create the crossfades (which you can edit easily then).

That it from me. What do you guys think? Are these options also essential for your workflow?

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answered Jun 25, 2019 by robertgray3 (38,140 points)
#4 there’s a way to do sound on sound recording in a way that would work for you in S1, search this page and the forums. I don’t work this way but I’ve seen people describe the workflow before.

#6 is present now in 4.5, click the wrench icon in the mixer and toggle the input gain

As for the other feature requests, you will have WAY a more success if you put them in their own individual posts. Also, some of them already exist so add your vote to them to help the chance they get implemented
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answered Aug 19, 2019 by Nip (3,100 points)
2. Not sure why you don't use busses all the way - even as fx tracks purpose.
3. You mean like preferences setting permanently - yes, that would suite me to.
But you can color them at bottom with palette - more flexible really.
7. Not sure why you don't bounce/transform some - who really need to run all in realtime?
 I find StudioOne very resource efficient.
And it's so relative what you run in project too.
Some obtain better results doing multiple instances of multi instrument plugins - instead of one instance that get one core only.