Softkey controls insert Bypass

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    or softcontroll of wet dry on effects…

    My first post!

    All the best

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    Aaron Kelly

    +1 would be a great PANIC button when waves server crashes.

    Profile photo of Jake

    This would be a great feature to use when needing to switch on/off auto tuners.

    Profile photo of Pat

    i too would like to have the ability to recall a scene that only effects insert on/off state of all channels, auxes, groups, busses, & matrixes (waves IO is patched to these)
    the only alternate thought i had would be a softkey to disable/enable the actual IO port (this could work if disabling the IO would cause the inserts to bypass due to NA signal path)

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    Andre S


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    Rob T


    Having to go 2 screens deep in a typical scenario to be able to disable an insert makes using FX slots as insert (why burn a bus if you’re only using it on one channel) much less useful. Especially when just about everything else in the processing path has a hardware enable/disable button on the console.

    It’d also be nice to have the same sort of enable/disable option for the Tube Stage preamp plugin as well.

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    please make this a soft key or a separate recall filter

    Profile photo of Mate

    I’d love this. Just had a show where the inserts I use on USB crashed…a panic button like this would be awesome to have.

    I assume it would be done in a way that you can toggle an insert on and off on a single channel/bus/group/matrix, but I’d make do with that, since I mostly use inserts on groups, so I’d leave the first 4 softkeys for this for example, and then just press all 4 quickly when there is a problem.

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