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Please let the "Find and Apply Variation" shortcut apply to all instrument tracks in record

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asked Feb 11, 2022 in Sound Variations by studioj (1,960 points)
The shortcut "Find and Apply variation" is a great one - it lets you apply Sound Variations with matching names across multiple maps regardless if they have matching key switches or not and is especially useful in a macro. This shortcut breaks down though as soon as you have more than one instrument track in record as it only applies to the most recently selected track and not all tracks in record. So if I select my Clarinet, Flute and Oboe tracks to record a melody, and hit a macro I've created for "Legato" - only the last selected track will switch to the legato articulation. I need all three to switch. You might say a workaround is to have matching keyswitch triggers across these instruments but it's just not completely feasible to do that across many articulations, and also it seems transposition settings can get in the way of this. This shortcoming also comes into play when using multi record tools like "Divisimate" where multiple instrument tracks are being recorded to simultaneously. Thanks for taking a look at this.

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answered Feb 12, 2022 by Lukas Ruschitzka (256,440 points)
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