Multiple versions of a Process can be saved and the resulting audio from each saved setting rapidly compared. 

Note also that if a track is copied then all versions of a process associated with it will be copied too.

Saving a Process version

Once you have settings of a process you want to use for comparison, in the Process Control Panel use the purple Compare drop-down to select Save Version, after which it will appear listed as A, B, C, etc, depending on what has already been saved.


If you change any process parameters after saving a version, the version letter shows an asterisk appended:


This can be saved again, as above, resulting in a new version with a new letter.

Comparing Process versions

To compare saved versions, either select one using the drop-down Compare menu or use the Q key on the computer keyboard to switch rapidly between successive versions.

Deleting a Process version

The currently active version of a process can be deleted using the contextual menu accessed by right clicking the relevant process control track.

You can also delete the current version using an option in the Compare menu of the Process Control Panel.


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Related topics:

New Process window

Changing input and output tracks

Process Control Track

Setting a Process Control Block

Process Control Panel