I have a instrument recorded with multiple mics (or tracks) grouped inside a folder.
Two of those multiple mics have some background noise that I wish to clean up with SpectraLayers. So, I only need load the ARA extension on those tracks.
Because tracks are grouped in a folder, if I click one event all stacked events get selected, and if load the ARA from the right click context menu, all events get loaded with the ARA.
I found that it’s possible to load the ARA from the track inspector, this way all events within that track get the ARA loaded.
Now, the only way I found to open the ARA window from one event is by double clicking, which opens simultaneously the Sample Editor and the ARA window. A bit annoying IMO. (I didn’t find any setting to turn off the sample editor).
I always feel unsafe that I’m gonna do some mistake because I didn’t pay attention to some detail in the workflow.
And again I don’t feel safe to turn off temporarily the track grouping.
My question is how to guys approach your workflow in a similar case?
I didn’t any modifiers as well.