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Output Meter Feature Request


#1

It would be useful to have a smaller scope where a chain’s output level meter currently resides. This way, you could see the result of what the entire chain is doing, compared to the current ‘per parameter’ scope view.

I do like the level meter, so perhaps this could be an M key toggle underneath the chain’s output meter? Maybe Level, Scope and off (if that frees up some CPU usage?)


#2

Just to confirm: The scope in the sub display is not filling this role already?


#3

It does, except it’s not quite simultaneous if making manual adjustments with the encoder. If you’re in the midst of adjusting a value, the bias/gain takes over the sub display, until you move the selection cursor to before or after the unit. Or am I missing something silly? It’s happened! :smiley:


#4

But then even if there was a scope in the chain’s footer, it would most likely be off display when you are adjusting parameters. :thinking:


#5

I am not sure what SHIFT-M6 does at the moment and my system is already packed to move to new apartment tomorrow but I think I never used it by now. Maybe it could toggle the small screen [focus] between a track output scope/meter and the usual subchain/gain/bias view?


#6

Wondering if would be possible to add a numeric display to the scope screens. I find it tricky to follow the scope if it goes outside the visible range.


#7

Not sure if we are talking about the same thing, but I just came on to ask:
Is it possible to “pin” a scope view while navigating the chain? I often find myself repeatedly changing a value and scrolling back to the scope output.


#8

@apeirophobe apologies if the answer to following is obvious but how do you do you display the scope?


#9

@apeirophobe I like this idea


#10

For example, when you add a sine oscillator and you scroll just to the right of the unit, you will see a “scope” view of the sine wave. Scroll back to adjust any parameter of the oscillator and you can no longer see the waveform.


#11

Have you tried pressing ENTER while the cursor is over the parameter that you want to adjust with more context?


#12

Yes. I just “discovered” this feature. Tres cool.


#13

Doh! I’m out of town for a few days but looking forward to trying this when I return.