I’m a musician/studio manager, and I have great hope with the new tag feature to manage what I still need to do in the songs I’m working.
I can work for 5 or 6 projects at a time, and often new songs don’t “have” the definitive “client” from the start. For instance: I’m working for one singer A and I also have an electro project B. Maybe the singer A would like to sing on a song of B.
So I set 2 tags: Tracks : A singer and Tracks : B electro
One project Song on which I would like to apply one or both tags. I don’t feel the need to apply this tag on every action into it. This project contain everything I need to do (record the guitar, let People : singer A listen). Then I setup some perspective for both.
Working like that is perfect for me, even if I would agree it’s funny because I’m using tags for projects…
My problem is: if I want to work on other smaller project Tracks : C and Tracks : D (which could be grouped in one perspective), or check any tracks that would be untagged yet, actually I don’t know how to make a perspective for that. It seems like I must apply the Tracks : A singer and Tracks : B electro tags on every action of projects. That would clutter my view (I know it could be simple with inherited tag)
Tell me if I’m missing something, because I’m quite new on using perspectives.