A helper for when you are mixing and want to zoom in on the details of a particular track, as an alternative to full solo.

GUI has:
1) [BPM Buttons]

to speed or slow the BPM by 30. The original song BPM is shown in the text above.

2) Track selection popup

choose track you wish to solo

3) [Spotlight Solo button]:

adds (~ minus 13dB) "Mixing Gainers" to all but the selected track to pull down the volume, so you can focus on the current track but keep it in context with the rest of your song.
This allows you to focus in on transients /EQ/ delay decisions with less masking from the other tracks.


-The tool updates/ auto solos, as you navigate around tracks.

-All settings are automatically reset when tool is shut and when you save the song

Open Tool With:

Tools Menu Ledger`s Scripts:Spotlight Solo
Shortcut: Spotlight Solo

Specialised Shortcut: Spotlight Solo Start Active + Toggle Solo
opens the gui with `Spotlight Solo` function enabled, the same shortcut then toggles `Spotlight Solo` button on and off


--added shortcut "Spotlight Solo Start Active + Toggle Solo"

--fixed max BPM bug (at its limit +30 button would try and set bpm above 999 and fire error)
--tool updates faster when changing track via popup now
--when song is saved, tool becomes reset so its mods are not saved with song


Renoise VersionRelease Date
ledger.scripts.SpotlightSolo V0.523.1Jan 15th, 2018

Installation: Drop the Tool File (.xrnx) on a Renoise window to install.

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