Old 03-11-2020, 01:59 AM   #1
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This might be an ancient topic but I’ll give it a go nonetheless:
Is there a way, or is there a script, to make an action that shows a send envelope for a selected track?

Exemple: I have a track selected, hit a action shortcut (say ”1”) - envelope for send 1 shows up.
If not, is there any other, less tedious, way to show send envelopes?
The only way I know is to open the envelope/trim popup and manually click ”visible” for the corresponding send.

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Old 03-11-2020, 08:07 AM   #2
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If you already have the track selected, you could use actions like
SWS/BR: Show all active send envelopes for selected tracks
SWS/BR: Show all send envelopes for selected tracks
etc.

or for specific envelopes, e.g.
SWS/BR: Show volume send envelopes for selected tracks
SWS/BR: Show pan send envelopes for selected tracks
etc.

Type "show send env" (without quotes) to the Actions window filter to see all these kind of actions available. You can add shortcuts to the actions you want in the same window.

Please note, you'll have these actions only if you have installed the SWS extensions.
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Old 03-12-2020, 01:59 AM   #3
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Yep, those are great! The problem is that these actions shows all sends, which in my case gets very cluttered. I'd like an action for showing sends separately - for easier editing.

The closest I get is the "SWS/BR: Show/hide volume track envelope for last adjusted send", but this still requires me to manually find and click the desired send, which makes it equally tedious..
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