volition Posted October 27, 2013 Share Posted October 27, 2013 A pretty obvious idea but maybe this would be a time-saving option to freezing tracks individually,* enough to have some impact on workflow. I.e. when freezing, I'm thinking Logic would just bounce the stack track soloed, then disable every plug-in used by the track stack itself and nested tracks. I'm thinking to signify it's frozen state, you wouldn't be able to navigate past it and into the stack unless you unfroze it, or you would, but everything nested would be greyed out or something. It would be particularly useful if combined with the idea about deeper nesting of track stacks. *: Depending on how Logic handles freezing of multiple tracks at once. It seems like the time freezing takes is proportionate to the number of tracks you freeze in some way. Does Logic do a pass for each track? Or does it freeze them all concurrently, but just take longer because there's more to process? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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