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Position-Separate Buses/FX Channels/VCA from Tracks in Console

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asked Sep 24 in Look and Feel by artjohnson (650 points)
You'll note that on many consoles, including the StudioLive 32sx (example pic attached below) Buses/FX Channels/VCA's are generally to the far right of the console to easily delineate them from mix content (on the left). In Studio One, I can push all of these "ancillary" channels to the right of the mix content channels, but they are still butted up against them, not set apart as with a physical console.

(Yes. I know that digitally, even a physical console can have channels assigned *****-nilly if that serves the engineer). In large mix schemes with dozens of tracks, it's understandable if the "ancillary" channels butt up against the mix content, but on smaller mixes, ten or so channels, it would be nice to have the OPTION of having the "ancillary" channels separated out, to the far right, docked to the Mains fader.
 
It would even be cool to, like with the StudioLive paradigm, have the OPTION to be able to set the "ancillary" channels set to the right of the Mains fader. It is just another OPTION that serves workflow and I know Studio One has many including scenes and views, hiding and so forth.

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answered Sep 25 by jazzundso (131,920 points)
 
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