shame but true. mine is a whacked out fringe use case I know, so it's
not really important, but '-a' seems to be my only option with muse2 now.
i've never really used audio within muse as you know Tim, but started
using it a little while back for client tracks within a project and for
audio click tracks - was hoping to use vsti's as well within muse - not
i have emailed Torben H to see if netjack1 can be made to behave like
netjack2 and have transport control from slaves enabled - we'll see what
happens there ;)
Anyway, the noise should die down a bit now at least - apologies to all
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