Is it possible to temporarily override groups?

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scrounger
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Is it possible to temporarily override groups? both in mix and edit windows.
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Yes, disable them. There are checkboxes in both windows for doing this, in the edit window as a tab in the right hand sidebar, and in the mix window on the left hand side.

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@scrounger: depends what for. the simplest approach is to just turn them off (in the group lists on the RHS of the editor window and LHS of the mixer window.

scrounger
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Thanks for your replies, I understand those methods but was hoping for something faster such as a hotkey to temporarily disable a channels group affiliation while I adjust its pan or volume fader for example. As soon as the hotkey was released group behaviour would resume.