"Stream Deck" controller for Synfire

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"Stream Deck" controller for Synfire

Example for Cubase here. 

Could be very useful this button shortcut controller...to be discover ;-)

https://trevligaspel.se/streamdeck/cubase/advancedconfiguration.html

https://trevligaspel.se/streamdeck/cubase/installation.html

I bought the streamdeck mx with 15 buttons and there is als a xl version with more buttons.

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKgHVyMIPO-SHFFbzqFcm7Q

 

A example in Cubase, but could also be used in Synfire ?
A template filled with Vst instruments (especially for classical/modern library instruments ) in Cubase : 

Disabling Tracks ( Cubase) 

You can disable audio, instrument, MIDI, and sampler tracks that you do not want to play back or process at the moment. Disabling a track zeroes its output volume and shuts down all disk activity and processing for the track.

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So i choose in my template what Vst instruments to use and disable all other unused instruments in Cubase and this could be done with Stream Deck with one button..must figure this out yet how it exactly must be done.
Seems that there is no inbuild command for disabling a track in Cubase, so there must be made a custom command made as a macro command, but i am not sure about this

This "macro" functionality is not present in Synfire...but i do need only hiding tracks in a template from Synfire
Maybe  a new feature in Synfire: hiding tracks ? 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IF9oHgIX92A

 

Stream Deck using  with  Synfire ?

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Its hiding unused tracks ....and not unabling tracks ( can only done.. one by one in Cubase, although it saves CPU  and memory?)

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