Woah missed this one, apologies!
We do not agree with this sentiment unfortunately, we see the use in offscreen events being marked somehow.
The way the Aeros is made to work currently, is that it must set up/end events that are meant to follow sync points at those sync points.
The Aeros track is not built to allow for space after a recording is made, it is meant to loop at the seam, and it is not meant to commit recordings immediately in some cases for this same reason. To allow for this to be supported we must insert silence, which is no issue. The issue arises when it conflicts with the current logic, which we do not plan on changing.
This logic is: If a user is setting up a command , they want the tap to toggle between the action and the opposite action. For example, setting up a recording and then cancelling the set up recording, this essentially toggles. This same logic is applied to the Overdub and Play (O and P) dynamic, and this makes sense currently, in our perspective. A user should be able to toggle set up overdub commands with play commands, which are essentially opposite states in a lot of the Aeros logic.
We still see the value in this and if we had another button to do it we probably would but we do not intend to change how the Aeros works at it’s core at this time.