OK. I don't use send tracks so I guess that is why this one has passed me by.Ian Craig wrote:aj113 wrote:Yes, I'm just trying to think of a situation where I want that...
Well you might want to control the volumes of a track in a submix track in tandem with the volumes of a send track (which can't be put in a submix track)
Correct. Some plugins only come in 32 bit flavour, so it's case of having to use 32-bit MC, since the internal 32-bit wrapper in 64-bit MC makes it grind to halt eventually.mixyguy2 wrote:...unless you're using both a 32 and 64 bit version of MC.
Ian Craig wrote:aj113 wrote:...
It's an alternative (i.e. Extra) level of control, so you can use both together. For example tracks that are in different submix groups could be linked without affecting the tracks that are in the same submix group
It's a proven hypothesis. It doesn't get to be called a theory unless it's proven. It's as near fact as you're going to get.mixyguy2 wrote:...It MIGHT be, it is not automatically so.
Two places for me: 32 bit and 64 bit, otherwise I agree.mixyguy2 wrote:I think you like to way over-complicate things. Just put all your freaking plugins in one place. What's the point of doing otherwise?