Today I realized that whenever I drop a clip in the session view (shouldn't be different in the arrangement view) into an empty track without any effects on it, Ableton changes back my routing (audio out and audio in) to master. For example I've routed Audio 1 Track to Audio 2, so the audio out of Audio 1 is set to Audio 2. Now, let's drop a clip into the otherwise empty Audio 1 and Audio To changes back to Master.
Strange enough, when I attach an effect onto the Audio 1 track and replay the game, the audio out setting stays. So in order to have the routing settings stay as I've changed them and be able to delete and drop new tracks in a certain track, I'm forced to have an effect on the said track. This is so wrong when it comes to CPU load and usability. Why on earth does Ableton program it like that?
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