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6 minutes ago, Morten Saether said:

@Esteban Villanova You can make a time selection by dragging in the Tempo track, press CTRL+C to copy to the clipboard, then click in the Tempo track where you want to paste, and finally press CTRL+V.

If I do a marquee select of certain tempo events, the “Tempo Events”is greyed out in the “Copy Special”dialogue box

 

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1 hour ago, Colin Nicholls said:

Question: How do I hide the tempo track once I've made it visible?

On my system, pressing CTRL+SHIFT+5 opens the tempo track.  A subsequent press of CTRL+SHIFT+5 does not hide the tempo track.

There is a keybinding for “Show/Hide Tempo Track” , this definitely acts as a toggle.

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58 minutes ago, Doug Rintoul said:

Hmm. How do I access the ProChannel Module List?

 

CTRL+ i

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49 minutes ago, Jonathan Sasor said:

@Keni if you run the rebuild_2 version of the installer, you shouldn't get any errors trying to insert pc2a. That said you're not getting anything you don't already have with CA2A, but not everyone else has that. 👍

Thanks Jonathan...

Problem seems to be the main link continues to show the original build not rebuild 2.

 

I'll bootup my DAW again. Maybe a refresh will show the updated link. I know I already have the CA2a so it’s not that I need it but verifying the update works correctly.

 

Edit:

Update worked. This time I received the rebuild 2 version for download and now the PC2a works just as the CA2a does in the ProChannel...

Thanks. I know this will bring joy to many CbB users!

 

 

Edited by Keni

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4 hours ago, chris.r said:

Glad to see PC2A, wish we could see the Concrete limiter in the future, that's the one I'm missing from the old days (sorry, had to say it) :D 

Same!   The Concrete Limiter (and I'm also missing the PC4K S-Type Comp and expander/gate) would be nice to see as well.  Already had the PC2A but think that is a real bounus for new comers.  

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3 hours ago, Jonathan Sasor said:

@Ron Mendoza @kday Please try the main link in the first post again, it should now say Rebuild_2 on the installer, and this should fix PC2A for you. 

Thanks Jonathan...

 

Worked this time and all is well!

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1 hour ago, Morten Saether said:

@Esteban Villanova You can make a time selection by dragging in the Tempo track, press CTRL+C to copy to the clipboard, then click in the Tempo track where you want to paste, and finally press CTRL+V.

Oh, ok. I was selecting with right click lol

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2 hours ago, chris.r said:

What we do if already having CA2A+PC2A? Is the PC plugin overwritten or should we disable the old one first in the plugin manager?

Ok I checked and there is no trace of any PC2A plugin in my 'Shared Utilities\Internal' folder so I guess that the prochannel version of my CA2A resides somewhere else under different name, sorry for confusion. I assume then it is safe to install the new EA and that the new PC2A and my old CA2A will both appear independently in the PC?

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Posted (edited)

RE: UI theme compatibility checker

(1) I like this feature!!! (Simple, but very handy.)

(2) It worked for me (fairly straight forward repair for my custom themes, most of which are minimally tweaked--five to fifty or so changes from one of CbB's base themes).

(3) Wording above seems awkward:

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If you click Yes, some UI elements might be corrupted until the update and resave the theme in Theme Editor.

I think you mean (plus a suggestion to add a link to the list in the feature description):

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If you click Yes, some UI elements might be corrupted until the theme has been [or is] updated and resaved in the [or using the] Theme Editor. (See list of recent theme changes.)

 

Edited by User 905133
to clarify some wording

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5 minutes ago, chris.r said:

Ok I checked and there is no trace of any PC2A plugin in my 'Shared Utilities\Internal' folder so I guess that the prochannel version of my CA2A resides somewhere else under different name, sorry for confusion. I assume then it is safe to install the new EA and that the new PC2A and my old CA2A will both appear independently in the PC?

The CA-2A VST dll pulls double duty as the PC module and a regular VST2 plug-in. Some of the 3rd party PC modules are delivered the same way.

I have the CA-2A installed and had no problem with the PC-2A install. Both show up in the PC plug-in menu.

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1 minute ago, scook said:

The CA-2A VST dll pulls double duty as the PC module and a regular VST2 plug-in.

That was the trick. Thanks.

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The PC2A T-Type module does not appear in the ProChannel module, I have scanned the plugins over and over again, but I found that the PC2ALevelingAmplifier_64.dll module file is 0KB in size, is that okay?

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6 minutes ago, FranciscoJ said:

the PC2ALevelingAmplifier_64.dll module file is 0KB in size, is that okay?

No. It should be ~2.5MB.

 

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4 hours ago, scook said:

Here's a quick video showing tempo copy/paste using the dialogs

 

 

I was selecting using the smart tool, right click marquee method.  If you select the nodes that way, the Copy/Cut Special dialogue boxes do not deem the automation nodes as selected.

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Hi:)

 

Tempo view is great!

Show Values on Automation Envelopes helps a lot on working with Automation!! 

The conversion is  great too!

 

Thank you for this and all other bug fixes and Enhancements👍

No Problems with all new things  so far!

 

Bassman.

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Posted (edited)

Hello !

Thank you for this release.

[SOLVED]  With the rebuild 2, I don't see the PC2A T-Type Leveling Amplifier in Prochannel modules.

Edited by Jean-Philippe ROGER
Solved

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7 hours ago, Colin Nicholls said:

Question: How do I hide the tempo track once I've made it visible?

You can bind a key to Show/Hide Tempo Track. Personally, I've bound ALT+T for this purpose.

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@Promidi / @Esteban Villanova - when using any envelope, there's a difference between Lasso select (which selects only the envelope nodes for deletion) and a time range selection which selects the whole envelope for that range.  You need a time range selection to copy/cut/paste envelopes:

LassoVsRange.gif

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47 minutes ago, msmcleod said:

@Promidi / @Esteban Villanova - when using any envelope, there's a difference between Lasso select (which selects only the envelope nodes for deletion) and a time range selection which selects the whole envelope for that range.  You need a time range selection to copy/cut/paste envelopes:

 

I think the confusion is that when you lasso select ordinary automation nodes, they do actually become available for cut, copy and paste operations.  However, when you lasso select tempo nodes, they only become available for delete operations.

In this respect, tempo tracks differ slightly from standard automation lanes.

Maybe you could make tempo nodes that have been lasso selected also available for cut, copy and paste operations.  The time range can be derived from the time of the first selected tempo node to the time of the last selected tempo node.

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