Does anyone know what’s going on?
In C6 you could right click and delete the whole automation track. I can’t do that now in 7.
You must click on the name box of the automation lane, in the track column.
Then a dropdown menu appears where you can find the function : “Remove (name of parameter) Automation”
So let’s say you have opened the volume automation lane.
Then click on the box where it says “Volume”
A dropdown menu appears where you can find “Remove Volume Automation”
Hope this helps,
I have struggled with this in C7 too, seemed easier in previous versions? to just remove it
To be honest I need to get in the habit of disbling ‘write’ when I’m done automating something, as I leave it on and tweak parameters whilst in play, and end up with 10 lanes of automation I can’t delete
all good fun
I use NI Traktor to dj. One of the things that absolutely drives me nuts is when a SW maker decides to remove useful features or instances of basic functions.
Leaves you scratching your head as to why they would remove a basic functionality part.
Select Automation Track>Right Click>Delete Selected Track.
That was it.
Select Automation Track>Open Automation Panel>Click Funtions>Delete X
While yes, it’s just 2 extra clicks, with all the extra clicks adding up that extends time and decreases workflow…
Oh cool. Thank you.
This has been what’s foxed me, its a left click on the automation name, and you get all the edit functionality you need
Think it used to be a right click…? Well I’m sure I used to right click to delete a line of automation (delete selected track) Cant remember for sure but I know its changed…I do like it, now I know how it works
but I had the same problem
**oh nice!..You are right!
That’s more like it,
Now that I see what they did here I can definitely say they DID NOT remove functionality but expanded it.
What!? They just moved it and added some more functionality…I can definitely agree with that!!
You need to first select Remove from the pop-up menu on the ‘Automation Name’ button.
Then you need to also delete the track. (Right-Click and ‘Remove selected track’ or Click on the Name button again and select ‘Remove Unused Parameters’.