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Old 2012-07-01, 01:54
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Busses is definitely really needed on the mixer...
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Old 2012-07-01, 11:38
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Old 2012-09-21, 13:38
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i just said the same thing...and it would b such an easy thing to do..although i am not a programmer...but the harrison has it and it is great...eight little buss buttons on the ssl mixer would save me hours of wiring.
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Old 2012-09-21, 13:52
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I'd like to see a combination of busses and fader groups. A good example for this is Pro Tools where you can either route your channels to an aux bus and/or group the channel faders so that they move together.

I also miss a trim function.
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Old 2012-09-21, 18:36
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+1 for groups/busses, but just not for the suggested implementation IMO.

I think that 8 bus buttons would be OK, but would be a slower way to patch groups than what I've previously suggested.
https://www.propellerheads.se/forum/...d.php?t=127316

My suggestion basically is to be able to select a range of tracks and hit a key command that groups them and sends them to a new Sub-Mix Channel (a new Channel type for the SSL mixer). This would be much faster than clicking on individual bus buttons and creating a new Mix Channel IMO, plus you can have as many busses as you like (no limits). Color-coded channel graphics tell you which tracks are grouped, but they also will be placed next to each other after grouping. Additionally, all Groups can be folded in the Mixer AND the sequencer, something that simple bus buttons won't necessarily add. And of course, fader groups are also created with the same command, but can be disabled if needed. And little things like 'ghost FX' issues and mute/solo confusion are totally solved as well (something else that bus buttons won't address).

Sometimes initiating hardware can be cool, sometimes it can just slow you down and clutter the existing interface (or require a total re-design). I'd love Reason to think ahead of the curve in this respect, instead of looking backwards for inspiration on how to implement grouping. :-)
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Old 2012-09-23, 03:12
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I agree with you 100%
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Old 2012-09-23, 05:54
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My suggestion basically is to be able to select a range of tracks and hit a key command that groups them and sends them to a new Sub-Mix Channel (a new Channel type for the SSL mixer). This would be much faster than clicking on individual bus buttons and creating a new Mix Channel IMO, plus you can have as many busses as you like (no limits). Color-coded channel graphics tell you which tracks are grouped, but they also will be placed next to each other after grouping. Additionally, all Groups can be folded in the Mixer AND the sequencer, something that simple bus buttons won't necessarily add. And of course, fader groups are also created with the same command, but can be disabled if needed. And little things like 'ghost FX' issues and mute/solo confusion are totally solved as well (something else that bus buttons won't address).

Sometimes initiating hardware can be cool, sometimes it can just slow you down and clutter the existing interface (or require a total re-design). I'd love Reason to think ahead of the curve in this respect, instead of looking backwards for inspiration on how to implement grouping. :-)
This is how Live 8 does it and it's faster than doing it in any other DAW. I would love to see this feature implemented into Reason like this!

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Old 2012-09-23, 06:23
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+1 for groups/busses, but just not for the suggested implementation IMO.

I think that 8 bus buttons would be OK, but would be a slower way to patch groups than what I've previously suggested.
https://www.propellerheads.se/forum/...d.php?t=127316

My suggestion basically is to be able to select a range of tracks and hit a key command that groups them and sends them to a new Sub-Mix Channel (a new Channel type for the SSL mixer). This would be much faster than clicking on individual bus buttons and creating a new Mix Channel IMO, plus you can have as many busses as you like (no limits). Color-coded channel graphics tell you which tracks are grouped, but they also will be placed next to each other after grouping. Additionally, all Groups can be folded in the Mixer AND the sequencer, something that simple bus buttons won't necessarily add. And of course, fader groups are also created with the same command, but can be disabled if needed. And little things like 'ghost FX' issues and mute/solo confusion are totally solved as well (something else that bus buttons won't address).

Sometimes initiating hardware can be cool, sometimes it can just slow you down and clutter the existing interface (or require a total re-design). I'd love Reason to think ahead of the curve in this respect, instead of looking backwards for inspiration on how to implement grouping. :-)

I only anderstand some part of the technical things you are saying but it sound very logic and I got the basics of your point! so yes it sound better your way because I could do it and I'm not very good at all this ! bravo
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Old 2012-10-04, 10:42
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Groups/Busses are a must have!!!

really understand why they have not programmed groups ?!?!?!?!
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Old 2012-10-26, 00:42
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you have to make your own subgroups sorta like a protools mixer.
 

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