Originally Posted by sat159p1
One more - if you load a file and play it and then you want to close it (when playing) clicking red button, file closes but audio is still playing! and you cant stop it. The file isnt available in Window menu anymore. So you must quit whole app to kill the playing process..
well, it may happen, but only if you really wish that, it is not the standard behavior...
Let me explain better: by default, DSP-Quattro closes an audio file when you click on the red button of its window. In this case, if the file is playing, DSP-Quattro stops to play it before to dismiss it from the project. But, if you wish, you can simply 'hide' it instead of closing it using the menu command 'Window->HideCurrentDocument'.
It is very useful when you have loaded a file on the AudoCD layout and you wish to edit the same file on the waveform editor. As soon as you have done, closing the window, DSP-Quattro asks if you really wish to close it (removing it also from the AudioCD layout) or simply to hide it, keeping it loaded into the project and on AudioCD layout.
Using the preferences dialog, you can set that the standard behavior must be to hide but not to close. In this case, if you hide an audio file editor while it is playing, it continues to play also if hidden.
You have not quit DSP-Quattro to stop it playing of course! Just open the Document Manager (click on Docs on the Master window), you will see your audio file listed there (it is still loaded into the project), double click on it to re-open the waveform editor and stop it.
Hoping this will help you,
Stefano Daino www.dsp-quattro.com