[Ardour-Users] the route parameters window

Wayne wayne at in-giro.org
Wed Dec 7 08:11:27 PST 2011

Il giorno mar, 06/12/2011 alle 12.47 -0500, plutek ha scritto: 

> From: Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com>
> Date: Tue, 6 Dec 2011 12:12:48 -0500
> > On Tue, Dec 6, 2011 at 11:52 AM, Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com> wrote:
> >> i'd like to hear from people who use ardour's "route parameters"
> > 
> > just to clarify, this is also called the "Track/Bus Inspector"
> hmmm... i'd be pretty disappointed to see this disappear. when setting up complicated sessions, with a lot of inter-channel routing (busses, sends, inserts, etc.), i find it a LOT easier to keep track of what's going on, and also a LOT quicker to do all the routing, when it's all done in the Inspector. it makes all the connection points easily accessible in one compact layout, whereas doing it all in the mixer window requires mousing around to the top and bottom of channel strips, scrolling across channels, etc.
> i'm actually kinda surprised anyone wants to get rid of this!  ;-)
> but maybe i'm missing *another* efficient way to overview and set up large numbers of connections??...

    a good point: sometimes a "text" view of the connections is nice to
see, especially for large sessions.  for example the Patchage GUI (and
the A3 matrix view to a lesser extent) can get very confusing with lots
of connections, requiring scrolling around with the mouse.  as i am
always looking for ways to avoid using the mouse/trackpad, i often use
the Ardour Track/Bus inspector instead.  so i stand corrected: having a
text view of the connections i think is worth keeping around.

peace, w

> cheers!
> .pltk.
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