From: Neil Rutman on 27 Feb 2010 10:18
Thanks John. Never tried that.
"John Braner" <me(a)myhouse.com> wrote in message
> On 27/02/2010 00:32, Neil Rutman wrote:
>> All good suggestions. Thanks!
>> Neil R
>> "Steve_Karl"<nospam(a)noway.com> wrote in message
>>> Switch your tool to the envelope tool.
>>> Highlight the first node ... hold down SHFT and then click the last
>>> The next step is most easily done with the buss taking up the whole
>>> so maximize it.
>>> Then just grab and drag it to where you want.
>>> Yea ... I know ... the numerical readout probably won't make sense until
>>> you stop dragging.
>>> It's been that way since 3.0 ... but other than doing it all manually
>>> You could also just route that bass bus to a new bus called bas2 and put
>>> new envelope on that bus
>>> which will then control the first.
>>> "Neil Rutman"<neilrut(a)speakeasy.net> wrote in message
>>>> I have a volume envelope over my entire bass bus track. I would like to
>>>> lower the volume of the entire envelope from start to end. There's many
>>>> nodes all throughout so doing it with the mouse will be very tedious.
>>>> Neil R
> You know if you use offset mode (I always stay in offset mode) that this
> will affect the whole track like adjusting the envelope? So, for example,
> you have a complicated envelope on the track - just go to offset mode and
> lower the velocity - that will bring th ewhole track down.
> Another way to put it - when you're not in offset mode, you see the
> velocity control going up and down with the envelope settings - but in
> offset mode you don't see this. You would "offset" the velocity, and
> *then* the envelope takes effect.
> This is harder to type than to actually do ;-)
> John Braner
From: John Braner on 28 Feb 2010 05:58
On 27/02/2010 15:18, Neil Rutman wrote:
> Thanks John. Never tried that.
Try that first ;-) It's a lot easier than trying to edit the whole envelope.
I just stay in offset mode all the time.....