themarqueeyears wrote:Why do you want a screen shot - if you don't mind me asking?
I don't mind you asking but if you don't make the case effectively, then others' will not know what you are talking about, hence they will not be able to +1.
A screen shot will do little -- if nothing -- to explain VCAs and why it's such a big advantage for mixing.
"For complex sessions with lots of automation, create VCA groups to get another layer of gain control over groups that already have automation. And, unlike with region groups, you’ll also be able to solo and mute channels within a VCA group independently—without affecting the other tracks—enabling you to work faster and more easily with grouped items." And you don't need to mess around with creating new groups, routing, etc., to access this feature.
One of many examples: Auditioning level/other automation changes easily over large amounts of channels would be possible in a way that is currently impossible in Cubendo. Another example: Making broad changes to multiple channels, groups, etc., without affecting actual automation writing, such as lowering specific channels to avoid peaking your mix buss, etc.
Nuendo 6 and Cubase 7.5, Win 7 x64, 16GB RAM, UAD2-QUAD, Lynx Aurora 8, RME HDSPe, lots and lots of toys.