asked Jun 17 '18 at 10:43 by haesslich (31)

Is there a way to continue the playback of a clip when switching a scene? E. g. somehow exclude a clip from scenes completely. I have a long backing track that I want to start after some time in my performance, and it shall then continue playing even when I switch to the next scenes. Or is there another simple workaround? I tried to use the backing track in the arrange view, but changing a scene switches that track back to clip playback, and stops the arranger track.

Not sure I 100% understand what you want to do, but if you put the backing track clip in its own track (column) and then select the other empty clip slots in that column and right click -> 'Remove Stop Button', then switching to scenes that contain the slots with the removed stop buttons wont stop the backing track clip.

Hope that helps.


answered Jun 17 '18 at 22:21 by hrrld (102)

edited Jun 17 '18 at 22:23

Sorry for the late reply - what you describe actually does the trick for me :-) Thanks for the hint!

  — (Jul 07 '18 at 08:01) haesslich

Nice! Any chance you could come and upvote my answer? It would give me points and I need points to be able to use all the features of the site to post better questions and answers (with attached images for example) Thanks!

  — (Jul 07 '18 at 21:45) hrrld

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