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As an alternative to "Scroll To Number...". As tracks are shown/hidden track numbers change so the ability to Scroll to a track name would make it possible to scroll to a specific track regardless of the number of tracks shown. For instance, the first track of your record tracks, or your reverbs, etc.
It'd be great to be able to create custom mixer windows that show only user defined tracks, for instance, sub master and master faders that one might want to keep visible at all times.
Currently you can accomplish this by popping up individual faders from the mix window and "un-targeting" them. However it is really cumbersome to arrange and rearrange a lot of these as each fader needs to be moved individually (even though those locations can be saved using window configurations)
It'd be nice to be able to create a window with a bank of user defined faders that can be moved as a whole and be shown/hidden as needed. It'd also be great to be able to have more than one of these mixer windows visible at a time for managing screen real estate. This way you could have, for example, a bank of master faders visible as well as a bank of reverb returns.
It would be great if these mixer windows were integrated through Eucon so that a button in one of these mixer windows would send a command to show only those tracks on a control surface.
Finally, in many cases, I just want a meter showing to indicate activity, or just a meter and a fader. So it'd be nice to have those view options, as well as "mini meters" when all that is needed is monitoring activity, so the window doesn't take up a lot of screen space.
I would like to be able to program soft keys to control specific tracks so that I don't need to use up one of my four faders to mute/solo guide tracks or auxiliary faders that I frequently toggle on and off.
I could do without the transport section. I never use it and find the Pro Tools key commands faster. It eats up valuable real estate. I would rather either lose the right side of the console and move the buttons underneath the soft keys to make it smaller, or have four more faders on the right side for a total of eight.
The soft keys window either needs to be angled up so it can be seen straight on from a seated position, or there needs to be an adjustment for viewing angle. If it were angled up it would have the added benefit of a less deep footprint.