shortcut for ascending aux tracks?
Oct 24th, 2008, 10:19
Hey guys, I'm using BFD with Logic Pro 8 (used to be ProTools). It's all set up perfectly and I'm not having troubles running it. Here is my problem, though: I've always liked recording each individual component of BFD into separate audio files... it's just my background of recording real drums, looking at waveforms and what not. Now, I've set BFD up as a multi-output instrument. With how Logic works, I can open up as many Aux tracks that the instrument will allow me. NOW... I need to have each of those Aux track OUTPUTS go to a different bus, let's say bus 1-13, and open audio tracks with ascending inputs (bus 1-13) to record the individual tracks (hope it's easy to follow what I'm trying to say here). I'm not at my studio right now so I can't create a screen image to show y'all. What I want is very doable... just tedious of going to each aux track and changing the output. In ProTools, you can highlight x number of tracks, shift-ctrl-command-click a track output, choose a starting output, then all the following tracks will have a different output in an ascending manner. Please tell me there's a shortcut for this. My wrist is already hurting going through each aux track and changing outputs.Reply