How to use "set for this flow" and "set for all flows"?

Hello all,

I am working on a piece for organ. I need 5 flows for it. In playmode I tried to set up for every flow another channel and I would give the singer that is also needed, a different registration, (new stops).
So I need another registration in every flow again.
I thought I could handle it with activating the knob “set for this flow”. At first it seems that it is ok, but after saving or going to something else in Dorico that knob is turned off and it has been set up again to “set for all flows”.
For sure I do something wrong, I looked and tried a lot, hours and hours, but I cannot find a stable solution. It would be fine if Dorico should play the whole piece and should turn on the new registration by itself. Oh please help me …
I use G-player for the organ samples and that works fine. I play them with the G-Player x64, of Soundlib. This was made after Tascam stopped with their Gigastudio version 4…
I now can play all the .gig files again. The organ samples are samples of the Notre Dame de Laeken in Bruxelles, recorded and edited by Peter Ewers. They sound very realistic.
I hope someone can explain me what to do to for a solution.
Thanks at forehand.
Joep Stappers

Welcome back to the forum Joep - I think you’re probably not doing anything wrong. In Play mode, those buttons for “set for this flow / set for all flows” apply to the changes you make immediately after choosing one, they don’t necessarily reflect the current/prevailing state of the voice. If you’re confident you chose the right option and then changed the settings accordingly, those changes should still be active (even if the button doesn’t confirm that to you visually).

Wow … yes that can be the solution, I did it just reversed. Thanks.
I will try it later this evening.

Thanks a lot
Good luck

Joep