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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0008720||ardour||bugs||public||2021-05-22 21:21||2021-05-22 21:21|
|Platform||Apple Macintosh||OS||MacOS||OS Version||10.12 or later|
|Summary||0008720: Disabling a track does not disable its external plugins|
|Description||My external DSP card (a UAD Apollo) has a setting to disable its plugins when it detects that they are disabled in the DAW. This allows a user to free up resources on the Apollo that aren't actually being used. I use this feature to get more mileage out of the Apollo by mixing down a track that I've finished processing and then disabling the track. It seems to me that disabling the track ought to disable its plugins but apparently it doesn't. I have to manually disable or bypass the track's plugins individually, *then* they will be freed by the Apollo.|
I'm filing this as a bug report, rather than a feature request, as it seems to me self evident that the effect of "disabling" a track should be that its constituent components will also be "disabled".
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