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I can't seem to get the BANK button working in S1 Pro v3

It transmits.... But, I can't figure out how to make a bank in Studio One.

Anyone know how to do this?

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by sunmachine on Fri Oct 09, 2015 9:00 am
The Bank button of the FaderPort doesn't switch between channel banks of eight (or some other numbers) in Studio One. Instead it switches between the control of the selected channel and the channels of the Remote Console Scene (a.k.a. Remote Bank) that you get when you click on the Remote button of the Console.

So it works like this:
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The FaderPort is controlling the selected channel of the currently active Console Scene in Studio One (Screen or Remote Scene). The left/right buttons of the FaderPort let you select and thus control the previous/next channel within that scene. Also, selecting a channel within Studio One is reflected by the FaderPort.

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The FaderPort is controlling one of the channels present in the Remote Console Scene. Using the left and right button of the FaderPort let you navigate through those channels. To see which channel is currently under control of the FaderPort, touch the fader of the FaderPort and see which channel's fader cap is turning blue in Studio One. The selected channel is not synced with the FaderPort in this mode.

Hope this helps!

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by TomTama on Wed Dec 02, 2015 7:40 pm
Based on the description of how the Bank function works, how is it used in practice? I can't think of a use for it.

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