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introvert 10-25-2017 09:29 AM

Console 1 VST3 DAW Solo behavior
 
After the 5.5 update, Console 1 works beautifully in Reaper as a VST3, and it even has DAW control implemented which is fantastic!

I've run into a single issue in using it since then, and I'm honestly not sure whether this is a Softube issue, a Cockos issue, an issue where one of them just needs to decide to address it or what.

When using Solo on the Console 1 controller, it sends the solo command to Reaper rather than doing a solo in the plugin. However, it always triggers the Solo (ignore routing) behavior. I cannot find a way to do Solo In Place from this button.

I don't see an option in the Console 1 software to send a different command to Reaper (and honestly I'm not even sure how the software is communicating with Reaper), and I don't see an option in Reaper settings to change the behavior. There is the "Solos default to in-place solo (alt+click does a normal solo)" option in the preferences menu, but when soloing from the C1 controller that option appears to have no impact on behavior.

So... is there a way to do this that I'm not seeing? Is this something that is a bug and can be fixed? Or is this something I should ask Softube about?

Thank you all!

introvert 11-01-2017 08:28 AM

Is anybody else seeing this? Still seeing the issue in 5.61.

Although, I'm not sure it's technically an issue. This may be as designed. It's just not convenient. Any insight on this would be appreciated. Thanks all!

Justin 11-02-2017 06:20 AM

Thanks, making it use the default solo behavior (solo-in-place if configured to do so) instead.

introvert 11-02-2017 05:07 PM

You are awesome. Thank you!

introvert 11-07-2017 09:00 PM

Just grabbed 5.62 and it's fixed. Thank you!


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