Topic: FR: Automation shapes library

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  • #37908

    kingtubby
    Participant

    I’m reposting this from a reply I made in the support forum as it’s more suited here.

    I’ve been pondering for a while about a feature request to do with automation curves. I think it’d be a great addition if you could save any curves to a dedicated folder which could be opened from the browser. You could have a basic library of useful shapes which could be inserted/copied then perhaps have the ability to alter the amplitude and time-stretch. Maybe even have little preview images in the browser a bit like they have in Bitwig. Obviously, automation curves are often created in real time during recording which is a separate thing really, but for reusable, repetitive shapes it could be a great help. Anyway, just some thoughts – perhaps the germ of a good idea there? 🙂

    #37909

    kingtubby
    Participant

    Sorry, where I wrote ‘browser’ I meant to say ‘inspector’ – just thought I should clarify 🙂

    #37967

    4mica
    Participant

    In case you haven’t thought of this, here’s a cheap workaround. Create a track, load up any old instrument, open any parameter’s automation sequence and adjust size to taste. At this point you can delete the instrument. Create a number of unique copies of the sequence, however many you would like in your library. Adjust each sequence until you have a good library of starter automation shapes, then save as a template. It’s not very elegant but will do for now—

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