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I was wanting to remix a finished project but I'm not sure of the safest most efficient way to remove the automation. Don't want to break anything else by mistake.

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by Lawrence on Thu Jul 28, 2016 4:22 pm
I think the fastest way is to select all of the tracks in the project and "Duplicate Complete". IIRC, track duplicates don't include automation so you should get a copy of everything without any automation, and then just delete the other tracks.
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by frank.crow on Thu Jul 28, 2016 7:10 pm
Oh wow, just saw on Studio One Expert that I can simply switch from read to auto off on each track. I kind of figured but it seemed to simple to be true. My automation was interfering with my gain staging. I know that at least some degree of my automation parameters will be replaced or adjusted depending on the direction this mix goes but I just didn't want to commit to that right now.

Mac Mini (Late 2014)
Processor: 3.0 GHz Intel Core I7
Memory: 16 GB
Presonus. Studio One Pro V5
Presonus Quantum
Line 6. BassPOD XT Pro
Hardware DBX 160a
Hardware DBX 160XT
Art Pro Pro VLA II
WA76 1176 (clone)
EQP-KT Pultec (clone)
Softube. Console 1 MKII
Presonus. FaderPort & Faderport 8


"God's grace" :D
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by Lawrence on Thu Jul 28, 2016 7:15 pm
Oh sure. I thought you wanted to literally remove all of the envelopes and nodes but yes, you can switch the modes off all at once

Glad you got it sorted.

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