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    trilian - one of many newb questions - cmd click to reset fader parameters

    hi

    i just started to read the trilian manual and intend to go through it all today - so excuse some very new questions - i have a feeling i will post up a few today

    i using trilian as a plug in with ableton live 8.0.9 on a macbook pro 10.6.4 (2.66 ghz - 4gb)

    first problem i am finding is with using the cmd - click to reset a fader to a neutral or default position

    ie. i cmd click on a fader in the amp envelope (lets say attack) and it will set the fader to a neutral position but if i now do a regular click or cmd click on another fader be it delay, sustain etc - then the attack fader will jump back to the position it was originally in … which is not what i was expecting

    is this supposed to happen ? - if i cmd clicked to reset a fader to a neutral position then i was expecting it to remain in that position when i start clicking on other parameters

    thanks

    buzby
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    Re: trilian - one of many newb questions - cmd click to reset fader parameters

    further more - if i just adjust one of the faders as normal then some of the positions of the other faders will move their position slightly

    i ve tried messing around with the snap and lock buttons menu on the back of the envelopes section but it does nt help !!
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