Can someone explain to me how Dorico uses Decouple with VEPro? My understanding is that Decouple prevents VEPro from sending data to Dorico where it would be saved along with the project file. To test this, I turned Decouple off in my strings instance, disabled all the tracks, saved the instance, saved the VEPro project then went back to Dorico and saved the file.
I then reopened the Dorico file, reloaded my playback template and Dorico pushed data back towards VEPro. I then have the option to accept or discard this incoming data. Normally I would do nothing (equivalent of discarding) but out of curiosity I wanted to see the impact of the incoming data. Unexpectedly, some of the tracks were enabled. I would have thought that when I was in coupled mode and disabled all the tracks, then this would have been saved in Dorico.
Does Dorico behave the same way as a DAW when it comes to decoupling?