Ok, let me try again per individual issue… I’ll do it on a workflow of adding a song (import media project) to my setlist…
I imported a media project, reorder the tracks ( consistent to actions and external midi controllers), and colored the tracks for better visibility. The parts under song 71 have been automatically imported from the media project. Notice that I create a V empty part to be always consistent with my external midi controller buttons ( 1 to 8, volume , mute etc) So far so good.
Now I open the mixer editor on part count in a see the following Channel order Retrologue, Metro, Can’t hide Song, CC and Stereo out. I created an additional CC output for in ear where I route the Click and the cues. See also the volumes level per channel with my adjustments.
All parts have the same order of channels and same volume level
I reorder the channels of the count in part according to my needs ( ext midi controllers).
Now as you can see I have to reorder all channels per part…it will not follow the first order set in the count in part. Notice though that the volumes will be consistently followed . This is on one hand good but at the same time if I need different volumes per channel per part I cannot do it.
Now I open the song editor and see that the song channels order does not match the track order ( see track screen above)
I have to reorder the song channels according to my needs(ext midi controller)
This is now very strange , when I open the first Intro part and the last End part I see that the song channels do not match the order of the count in part.
All other song parts are in the same order as the count in except the created V track (orders as the last song track)
Now I reorder all song channels in the same way in all parts and turned the volume of V track down in Intro. The volumes of any channel cannot be controlled individually per part…
Hopefully this explanation shows now what I meant before… I think that the order of channels should be the same for all parts and the volume faders should work independently per part…