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    One of the features mentioned in the v1.5 release notes and elsewhere is the addition of DAW Bank Control. I tried to google it up but there is actually a Bank in the UK named Daw. I’m just curious as to what it is.

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    My guess is it means banks of faders. Like with many controllers such as HUI and Digi Pro Control which I have they have bank switches so you have a set of faders say 1-8 then you bank to 9-16 and so on. I am assuming that is what it is for. I am not using it in a recording mode. Just live PA so have never explored that.

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    GCumbee is correct. When using the DAW Control driver on OS X to emulate HUI or Mackie Control, the DAW Bank up/down function on Softkeys allows the MIDI strips to control multiple banks of DAW tracks. For example:
    – 16 MIDI strips on Qu-16 can control DAW trk 1-16 but also switch to DAW trk 17-32, 33-48 etc.
    – 8 MIDI strips on Qu-24 (say you want the other custom strips to control DCAs, inputs and mixes) can control DAW trk 1-8 but also switch to DAW trk 9-16, 17-24 etc.

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