Old 11-14-2017, 12:21 PM   #1
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Default Fx Parameters Only on Master Track

Hi, I want to see my fx parameters only on my master track in mixer, not on any other tracks. Is that a thing can be achived by editing walter? If it's not, how can I do this?
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Old 11-14-2017, 03:31 PM   #2
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From theme perspective, fx parameters are bind into extmixer along with fx and send list. So you either show or hide them all. It means if you want to hide fx parameters you will also lose the ability to view/control the fx and sends on mcp.

You can hide the extmixer on mcp with WALTER with the following code
Code:
set mcp.extmixer.position [0]
alternatively, without touching WALTER nor changing any theme layout. There’s an API which could be accesed via script to set the height proportion of fx and send list.

PHP Code:
countTrack reaper.CountTracks(0)
for 
0countTrack do
  
track reaper.GetTrack(0,i)
  if 
track ~= nil then
    reaper
.SetMediaTrackInfo_Value(track"F_MCP_FXSEND_SCALE"1)
    
reaper.SetMediaTrackInfo_Value(track"F_MCP_SENDRGN_SCALE"1)
  
end
  i 
1
end 
The code above is Lua. Basically tell REAPER to max out the height of fx list and send list, so it will hide the fx parameters on mcp on all track.
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Old 11-14-2017, 04:06 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by jrengmusic View Post
From theme perspective, fx parameters are bind into extmixer along with fx and send list. So you either show or hide them all. It means if you want to hide fx parameters you will also lose the ability to view/control the fx and sends on mcp.

You can hide the extmixer on mcp with WALTER with the following code
Code:
set mcp.extmixer.position [0]
alternatively, without touching WALTER nor changing any theme layout. There’s an API which could be accesed via script to set the height proportion of fx and send list.

PHP Code:
countTrack reaper.CountTracks(0)
for 
0countTrack do
  
track reaper.GetTrack(0,i)
  if 
track ~= nil then
    reaper
.SetMediaTrackInfo_Value(track"F_MCP_FXSEND_SCALE"1)
    
reaper.SetMediaTrackInfo_Value(track"F_MCP_SENDRGN_SCALE"1)
  
end
  i 
1
end 
The code above is Lua. Basically tell REAPER to max out the height of fx list and send list, so it will hide the fx parameters on mcp on all track.
I just tried the script but it doesn't work for me. To make it clear I want to hide (or at least minimize as possible) this red circled area but without touching the one in the master track.
https://imgur.com/A7T8zhp
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Anybody help?
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Old Yesterday, 06:15 AM   #5
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Hallo
if you really and forever want to have FX and sends only in the master and never! in the MCP.
Then you can change the following entry in Walter
Look in the text for "master.mcp.extmixer.mode"
and Check the entry.
In your case, there must be
set master.mcp.extmixer. mode[0]

Then search for
"mcp.extmixer.mode"
Here you have to make the following entry.
mcp.extmixer.mode[1]

If you want to change it individually, you need a script.
But I don't know anything about scripting

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