When creating a new aux using 'send to new track', the output of the aux should default to the same output as the source track. This way, if you have already bussed your drums, vocals etc and go to add a new buss for reverb, parallel compression etc, it's already going to the right place. At the moment you have to remember to set its output yourself - I often forget and then wonder why strange things are happening later.... more »
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Whenever live monitors are involved and pre-fade auxes are used to send to them, as a live mixer it is imperative that the channel mute also mute the pre-fade signals to monitors. There is needed a button, just like the FMP to follow main Pan we need FMM for follow main mute. In a live situation, when a mic is not being used, then the mixer wants that signal out of the monitors too. Take for example a reed player with... more »