Discussion in 'Logic Pro X' started by peterlemer, Jun 10, 2014.
I have a keyboard stack which, when muted, doesn't mute a contained track. Why might this be?
What kind of track stack is it? A Summing Stack or a Folder Stack? If it is a Folder Stack, it's possible the output of the track that is not muting is not routed to a shared output. Are there regions on the track that is not muting?
I had the same issue recently. I flattened the stack and recreated it and that fixed it.
It may be a bug. I reported to apple at the time.
Hi Eli, it's a Summing Stack
Hmmm, it does sound like a bug then. I haven't ben using track stacks much lately, so can't say if it's a bug associated with the latest update or not....
Eli: if you've stopped using track stacks, why? and have you developed an alternative?
Good question. I haven't stopped using track stacks. I just haven't been doing any projects lately where I've needed to use them much. And even when I do, it's been mostly in the basic way (layering a few different sounds).
I'm falling in love with with a caveat: I have this rather large project with lots of tracks and lots of takes.
I was hearing the lead singer where no region existed, nor were there any Melodyne blobs. I searched my stacks withut success. It took a long time before I found it, inside a 'hidden' violin stack. My mistake, of course, but wouldn't it be loverly to have a single command to open all stacks with a single command?
I'm not in front of Logic at the moment, but I think you can Option click on the disclosure triangle to open them all at once? Or is it shift?
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