Thank you Frits!! Very good release! I’ve been waiting for a long time to see timing options in Podium. Finally it is here. And you implemented this feature so well.
Just renewed my upgrade period and there it is: kwon-tie-zay-shon :D/
Been waiting for that one and it turns out to be even… well, just great!
Thanks! Also for the other sophisticated stuff you put in 2.27!
(yep, I’m throwing a party right now)
@(In another thread) Zynewave wrote:
I have another question. Is there a way to copy a track with just the effect rack and not the audio-events on it?
Another method that does not involve track templates:
Select the track you want to copy. Select “Track/Clipboard/Copy Track” (Ctrl+C). Select the destination track. Select “Track/Clipboard/Replace Effect Chain” (Ctrl+Shift+V).
But there’s a bug (?) involved, as when you copy the effect chain to a blank track (fader-enabled by default), faders will be at two points in the chain (presuming the fader was set somehere in the pasted effect chain, as it often is).
This works correctly when using the replace command (also with replacing an effect chain with one from a template), but not when inserting an effect chain.
Example: create a new track (fader and meter enabled by default) -> insert an effect chain from a template (the fader and meter are very likely set post-effects in it) -> faders and meters will be set at both post and pre position.
This looks like a tiny bug in the note editor:
When you start to resize a note with the pencil tool or ALT-click, and then turn off snapping, you’ll be able to increase the note’s duration as expected, but you cannot shorten the note below the selected quantize value.
Try it on a 16th note while selecting a quantize value of 1 bar. The note will first extend, then can’t be resized shorter than this one bar.
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It seems copying a track to the clipboard by keyboard doesn’t work in the mixer if there’s an event selection in the arrangement…
1. Select any event (audio, MIDI, automation, marker or tempo) in the arrangement
2. Select a track in the mixer
3. Press Ctrl-C & Ctrl-V
4. Instead of the track, the event will have been pasted!
It does work when no event is selected, and also when copying the track with the Clipboard -> Copy entry in the right-click menu.