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More Layers Please! or Always On option for audio divers

Of course my request is for more layers, two more would be ideal.

But an option to be able to have an audio driver to be selected as "Always On" would be great.  In some instances two layers are being taken up with single audio drivers or interfaces and significantly impacts workflow.

 

Please vote folks, I sent a features request.

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    • CraigS
    • 2 yrs ago
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    Jeff James said:
    In some instances two layers are being taken up with single audio drivers or interfaces

     Please explain why this is the case. 

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  • My layer 5 is always a loopback send so I have another layer of control.  Layer 4 is typically audio interface.  It would be great to have an option perhaps in the audio mixer that would be an audio interface we could click on and not have it take up a layer.

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    • 2 yrs ago
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    Jeff James said:
    My layer 5 is always a loopback send so I have another layer of control.

     Please explain this further. The developers are going to need to understand why you're doing this as a separate layer.
     

    Jeff James said:
    Layer 4 is typically audio interface. 

     Why would the interface be on a separate layer? I can guess but you should articulate it.

    If the developers don't understand your workflow and the need that can impact the priority.

    Just to be clear, a single shot in a layer can have multiple layers within. Each of those layers within a shot has an on/off switch.

    Single shot with Audio interface and Loopback. The Speaker Icon can turn each off individually. 

     


    Yet in the Audio Mixer each has a separate track with their own fader, FX possibilities, audio delay if needed, mix minus and, (like the shot layer) has the on/off speaker icon. They each have their own Pan control as well.

    So a single shot in a layer can have multiple audio sources that can be controlled separately in the Audio Mixer.
     

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