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Change the scale of the level meters - Logic Pro 10.7


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I normally have my channel strip metering scale set to "Exponential: Provides higher display resolution in the upper level meter range."

 

On my machines, 10.7.0 and 10.7.1, the "Scale" option in Preferences>Display>Mixer is missing. My fader scale is set to "Sectional dB-linear" which is not what I want.

 

Am I the only one?

 

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I didn’t check (not being at the studio) but that option was apparently removed in those last versions.

I don’t know why…

Nevertheless, the documentation keeps mentioning about same…

Perhaps an omission?

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Wow, that's incredibly disappointing.

In popular genres you're looking for detail in the signal in that upper region more than anything else. Why on earth would they chuck that simple functionality away?

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Wow, that's incredibly disappointing.

In popular genres you're looking for detail in the signal in that upper region more than anything else. Why on earth would they chuck that simple functionality away?

If I had to guess I'd say it's most likely because of confusion with people changing the preference unwillingly or using a different system set to a different preference and thinking that something is wrong with their levels - only because they are displayed with a different ratio.

 

But that's just a guess.

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Right.

It's a shame they didn't think to hide it for people/amateurs who don't turn on the advanced / enable complete features option.

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