I noticed one very annoying thing:
I like having the mixer’s VU graphs kept with “Hold Peaks” setting enabled, while editing the levels of the new project to see which tracks clip. After changing, say, EQ’s or Compressor’s Output gain value on several tracks (while listening all the time), I’d like to reset this Peak value so that I just play the project along and see how they show like. Meaning, whether tracks clip or not.
OK, you can reset the Hold Peaks-data easily by clicking on the VU graph on some track, but the problem is, that it also disables the “Hold Peaks”-setting. Why is that?? I mean wouldn’t it be nice it be left enabled so that one doesn’t have to use the mouse right-click and surf for the setting that enabled again? And if this feature is deliberately designed as it is, then what is the almighty reason beyond it? I can’t figure.
This is NOT a huge thing but when you have to do it (possibly) hundreds of times a day or two, it really starts to bug you.
So please insert that at least as an option in the Preferences or change it altogether. I’m pretty sure that most of the people here do agree with me.
Thank you for an excellent DAW anyway.