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I do appreciate this and would certainly be willing to try anything that would help overcome the issue. I'm obviously a fan of this software and have always posted to this forum with the intentions of seeing it become more and more useful. I do realize this software has been in development for awhile as work-flows have evolved and changed. Hell, 20 years ago, I started using a MIDI sequencer to control everything externally (insert SYSEX message flashbacks here). Now, everything (and I mean everything!) is software. Believe me, I totally get it. As I re-entered the world of DAW all these years later on GNU/Linux, I went through all the obvious candidates such as Ardour, MuSE, and a few others. I found Qtractor to be the most usable and most functional Free Software solution by far and never looked back. You may remember Carl, who showed us his awesome work flow where all the instruments were basically outsourced to Carla via MIDI busses and AUX returns... That was a huge milestone in terms of getting a solid work flow in place; one that was both very flexible and very stable. Sure, there are some downsides in terms of additional tedious steps one has to go through when it comes to the frequent need to create and route new endpoints) but it's well worth it. At the end of the day, it's about being able to sit down and be creative with a set of tools we don't have to fight with. Again, I appreciate your work and have been trying to help in my own way by simply sharing a particular end-user perspective. It's all good.