Is there a way to bypass a module/effect easily and quickly (on the module itself) in Audiomulch 2?
I am wondering this too.
You can right-click on the contraption in the patcher and choose Bypass. Then undo/redo to A/B things. Not quite what you're looking for I know, but its something you should know about.
Thanks for your answer Ross but it would be nice, easy, quick and convenient to hear the result just by '1-click' action on a check box or something like that?
Is that difficult to implement or is there only 1 person (me!) who's thinking that it would improve his creative proces (and therefore why you don't plan to implement this feature? :-) )
I'd find it useful, too. But then again, you can just create the signal chain so it bypasses the selected effect at the push of a mixer button or crossfader!
The reason why I never implemented it in the past was that it doesn't make a lot of sense for many contraptions. Especially when they don't have the right kind of gain structure for the signal level to stay the same before/during bypass.
I'd be interested to hear which contraptions you've felt like you needed a bypass on.
The new Compressor / Limiter / Gate contraptions will have an bypass switch for A/B type operation.
Another idea: for contraptions with a wet/dry mix slider, you can save a preset or use MIDI control to set the mix to 0% to get the original signal.
I think this feature has been requested enough that I'll be investigating including it in the future.. it's just a matter of working out the best way to do it.
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