Thanks Robert, good memory!
I don't know if I ever sent this, but here goes...
I started this email for you about using audio automation
in muse, long time back, never finished it because...
I started a HOWTO about using audio automation
in muse, long time back, never finished it because
I wanted to automate the LADSPA plugin bypass
buttons first, but still haven't done so.
So, in lieu of that, I direct you to this:
See the section titled:
In particular the paragraph titled:
"What's the bare minimum I need to know to start using automation?"
I modeled my changes on that paragraph, with these differences:
Touch mode can be used when when stopped so that a single value
can be stored. Write mode can be used when stopped so that a
'first value' can be queued for when you roll the transport and then
move the given control. It will not store until you move the control
Of course, muse has no 'auto latch' mode.
Hope this helps.
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