riggidy Posted May 25, 2010 Share Posted May 25, 2010 I found that the the only way to change volumes of audio regions in Logic is by automation, that's pretty stupid but I can live with that. BUT that same automation is assigned to the channel's fader!! WHAT?! and after you apply the automation, the fader becomes literally untouchable!! You cannot control the overall fader of the channel. That means that if you edit volumes in some regions in the channel and after that you want to go on with your mix and decide at some point the to change the level of the channel, you cannot push the fader! You can try, but it's not possible, the automation controls the output of the channel. The only way to do it is to put a gain plugin on the inserts or to send the channel's output to another aux. This is the most stupid thing I've ever seen in any DAW. Hello, it's Logic, it's built to mix! (and to produce and to record and etc). This is a serious handicap! It's like building a mall without stores! Building a car without a steering wheel. I can't give enough analogies to explain the way I felt when I found out about it. I wanna be able to push the goddamn faders when I mix! not to open a stupid gain plug for it! Please tell me I'm wrong and I missed something! ~/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components/ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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