return to zero button

Self-explained! ;-)
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return to zero button

Postby aomahana » Fri May 06, 2011 20:44

Hello there,

I would find a "Return To Zero" button on the transport control a simple but useful command.
I know there are other ways of doing this, but in my opinion a simple button would be best.

Bye now

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Re: return to zero button

Postby storestudio » Tue Aug 09, 2011 02:45

In many DAWs this is done by clicking twice on the stop button. In Pyramix this undocks the transport panel wich is a much less usefull function ;)
Håvard Christensen
Store Studio AS