Raphael Sepulveda Utilities

Package published on June 18, 2021 by Raphael Sepulveda
v1.2.2 UPDATE:
  • RS_Move to Existing Folder:
- FEATURE - Route to folder!
- FIX - Can now move into nested folders.


About this package:

A collection of commands that can be used inside macros. Aimed to those who don't want to see any code!
I'll be constantly updating these and I'm open to suggestions, so get in touch if you have feedback! Either create a new forum post on this package's forum section or contact me at raphael@raphaelsepulveda.com
I Initial my commands so they're easier to find amongs the many actions in the macro actions search. Just type "RS_"!


Commands Included

Add Default Plugin to First Available Insert (Edit & Mix Windows)

What makes this one stand out is that it works on both the edit AND mix windows! A SoundFlow first!

Move to New Folder

Allows you to automate the 'Move to New Folder' window. Includes a 'Select Folder Only' feature that makes sure that the newly created folder is the only track selected at the end of the process. This opens up the possibility to recall a Track Preset immediately after!

Move to Existing Folder

Simple command that will move any selected tracks to a predetermined track folder. As always, all usual kinks have been worked out.

Recall Track Preset

Simple, but robust! Use it right after the 'Move to New Folder' command with 'Select Folder Only' on to recall a track preset in one go!

Create New Track with Track Preset

Make a preset for all your favorite Track Presets and create them in one go!

Route Selected Tracks to Output

An improved version of the stock Select Track Output command. This one has safety nets built in to prevent common errors, especially when trying to route to a mono output.

Set Timebase of Selected Tracks

Your choice between ticks or samples.

Select Tracks in Group

Just provide the name of a group and all of its members will be selected.

Scroll to Next/Previous Folder Track

Helpful for navigating through a session by stepping through folders. Just assign the presets "Next" and "Previous" to triggers and you're set!