Thanks, but still it means clicking clicking clicking (and unnecessarily CPU load)…I still think Nuendo needs some smart pref in order to decide if one want his newly created tracks to be connected to Nuendo’s I/O, and if “yes”: how would one like to have it connected?
A while a ago there was this thread in this forum, where a user suggested to make newly-created-tracks connect to Nuendo’s I/O, conformed to the folder in which this particular track “lives”. Nuendo is a Post-Production editor, so there’ll be a lot of users working with folder tracks, residing in the session’s structure. At least, I work like that: I’ve got my Dialogue Folder, my Backgrounds Folder, Foley Folder, etc. etc. which follow the subgrouping/stems-structure of “Dialogue” / " Backgrounds" / “Foley” etc. etc.
So, now again; when I’m working on a dialogue track, in my dialogue tracks-folder , in which all tracks are connected to the dialogue group, without any input, it would really come handy when a newly created track follows the “surroundings I’m working in at that moment” and connects to the dialogue group, no input, and receives the “dialogue colour” as well.