maxym.srpl wrote: ↑
Wed May 01, 2019 12:39 am
574X wrote: ↑
Tue Apr 30, 2019 11:02 pm
"Notice how clean the Reaper fx project bay window is now. Must've missed the patch note, or a miracle happened. Gotta love those awesome guys at Reaper."
"Have you made all presets for all plugins from scratch? I'm asking because in my case, this window contains name of presets instead of number of instances information. To me it looks like preset usage across tracks. So if one preset is used on more tracks, it shows X Instances.
Sorry for OT."
I think these were very recent improvements, within the past 3 updates. I wasn't even using the lastest one as it had been updated last night as I was working. Can't keep up with those geniuses over there.
Well it works great for osc to have the list right there.
ctrl+b to open it by default on windows and you can just drag the right side or corner to see all the columns, reorder columns, and I click on the "status" column so that my bypassed mess of stuff moves to the bottom of the list.
Although I do make most of my own patches and there's more to the story, as many run in parallel, plus are mods ofc. Lately though, I've been embracing many more patches than usual and editing them because not only does it start you off where you want to be, rather than changing all the obvious params, but also I can break out of old habits and into new ones, and often learn something new about synthesis that way.
So great to read that the guys here at osc are involved in the development of Surge, too!