On Sat, Feb 17, 2001 at 09:00:41PM -0800, Patrick Shirkey wrote:
> Basically, Sweeps' sample gui is the main work space. Instead of having
> a seperate track for each sample there is only one work space. The tracks
> are able to be put down anywhere in the window and they are lined up
> with the time bar at the top of the window.
What you are talking about is exactly the same as Vegas, see
easily my favourite Windows multitrack software (not that thats saying
much). Its a good paradigm though.
But /please/ make it compatible with ardour!
N.B. In Vegas the rows represent busses, which by default get sent to
each of your outputs cyclicly, eg.
Buss A -> ADAT 1+2
Buss B -> ADAT 3+4
Buss E -> SPDIF L+R
Buss F -> ADAT 1+2
etc. (on a 10 o/p card)
You can manually reassign them though.
I can't remeber how it deals with mono tracks though, I think you might
have to pan them to one side of the buss, not the end of the world,
but not perfect either. I would rather see all "busses" inately mono, and
a stereo sample can sit on any adjacent pair of "busses".