Originally Posted by Justin
They are in 5.21+
I know the two issues that I listed as "First part of bug" & "Second part of bug" in the first post of this thread have been fixed, however the one in the lice cap of the PlayRate slider regarding the mousewheel is still present.
The other issues, in that pm I mentioned are also still present as of 5.27pre2.
Here is a copy of that pm just in case.
"I often use the master playrate as a sound creation tool and while hacking around the reaper.ini discovered that it's possible to set the playrate to much higher/slower rates than reaper defaults to. I found that I can get some really interesting sounds out of various VST/VSTi using playrates in the 10's, 100's or even 1000's range.
Now, on to the issue(s), listed in order of importance.
So what I fist do is either hack the reaper.ini or a project file and change the PLAYRATE entry to 100 for example. Then when I open the project the playrate slider range goes upto 100, but...
1) When using OSC message /playrate/raw and sending a value above 4.0 it results in the playrate being set to 4.0. Sending a value below 0.25 results in playrate being set to 0.25.
2) When entering rates into the playrate text box, anything above 10.0 seems to audibly start over from 1.0.., so (11.0 = 1.0, 12.0 = 2.0, etc.) However, using the playrate slider results in the correct audible outcome.
So you know how you can right click the slider and select different ranges?
Well what would be awesome is if there was an option in this dropdown titled "Custom" which sets the range and rate of change based on what the user sets it to in either the reaper.ini or project file. What I refer to as "rate of change" would be the amount that the value increases/decreases by with each mousewheel click or when dragging the slider.
3) There are issues with the master playrate envelope aswell.
You can manually edit a project file to have envelope rates above 4.0,
but visually the envelope is not correct and adjusting a point that is above 4.0 results in it being set to 4.0."