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Old 04-30-2018, 03:30 AM
EndlesTweakin EndlesTweakin is offline
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Default Is it possible to copy routing from one module to another?

I know it can be done for modules, by dragging the little disk button over, but can it be done to save and in the future call up routing presets?
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Old 04-30-2018, 09:39 AM
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You can save a whole stack -- modules and their routings -- by using "Export Stack" from the Stack menu, then drag that stack into a new project by selecting the "Stack" tab in the browser. You can also import a stack directly from another project via "Import Stack from Project" (also in the Stacks menu). One thing that is missing is the ability to import the modules and routings for a stack into an existing stack.

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Old 04-30-2018, 11:33 AM
EndlesTweakin EndlesTweakin is offline
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You can save a whole stack -- modules and their routings -- by using "Export Stack" from the Stack menu, then drag that stack into a new project by selecting the "Stack" tab in the browser. You can also import a stack directly from another project via "Import Stack from Project" (also in the Stacks menu). One thing that is missing is the ability to import the modules and routings for a stack into an existing stack.

Jim
Thank you Jim.

On another matter, is there any tutorial/documentation on how to use launchpad for live play and recording through N4?
I saw a section of documentation from N2 which said it had not yet been implemented at the time.
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