David Nahmani wrote:No, you cannot change the size of the channel strip elements. You can however resize your Mixer window to eliminate that empty space at the top. You can also choose View > Configure Channel Strips to choose which elements to show or hide. Finally, note that the Audio FX, MIDI FX and Sends sections will expand as you insert more plug-ins (or busses).
DanRad wrote:This has been an annoyance of mine since the change in layout on LPX. I know it makes signal flow sense to have the channel strip setting and instrument at the top... but it makes those things disappear quickly as sends are inserted and/or FX inserted. I wish those were at the bottom so when in the basic "Main Window" the instrument and/or channel strip setting wouldn't disappear. To bad they can't be reordered somehow.
facej wrote:You can help the "big jump" problem by changing the fader display scale to "Exponential" - Preferences>Display>Mixer - Level Meters: Scale
Changes the fader "throw" to -30 dB at the bottom, exponentially scaled to 0...much finer control.
I would be nice to actually have 100 mm fader throw, with exponential scale too !!
facej wrote:When I use my trackpad to adjust the fader I see the increments at .1, (...) the fader adjusts from -infinity to +6 in .1 increments.
facej wrote:hmmm - db-Linear?
facej wrote:I just watched the little display above the fader as I moved it and got the .1 increments, but I work in Exponential mode - anything below -30 dB is dead to me got me some gates