Old 11-04-2013, 10:50 PM   #1
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Download the latest version here.


Current version screen grab shown here with narrow channel strips option in MCP - captured from dual monitor setup:
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UPDATE - V1.5, (now known as the 2017 edition) - 14th April, 2017.
+ Graphics update:
...Waveform display colour scheme updated to suit Spectral Peaks and Spectrogram display.
...Grid line colour scheme improved to remove eye strain.
...Fonts changed for better readability.
...Font colour changed from black to white for better visibility in some areas such as FX browser.
...Colour change for selected items which now show as blue for better visibility against the dark grey unselected items.
+ Minor graphics bug fix:
...Item volume control knob visibility improvement.

UPDATE - V1.4 - 10th January, 2016.
+ Minor graphics bug fix:
...MCP send arrows weren't updated from old version - Fixed.

UPDATE - V1.3 - 19th November, 2014.
+ New MCP layout option:
...Narrow view with mini VU meters and long throw faders.

UPDATE - V1.2 - 16th September, 2014.
+ New colour scheme:
...Item colour updated to display waveforms correctly during record.

UPDATE - V1.1 - 13th August, 2014.
+ New graphics:
...Red mute buttons.
+ New MCP layouts:
...Wide channels with single LED level indicators.
...Wide channels with horizontal level meters (mini meters).
...Narrow channels with single LED level indicators.
+ Included some custom toolbar icons.

After using my Neve, Calrec, Bob Katz theme theme as my daily workhorse for the past few years, it is time for some tweaks and refinements.

The basic concept is the same but I've added some major tweaks and a couple of bug fixes to the TCP and have fine tuned some of the visual elements to make it less about being strictly true to the colour schemes of the hardware it is modeled from and more about clarity and practicality. The green labels and text from the Calrec Omega console looked fancy but, after much use, I have decided to remove the green and go with a grey panel background and almost white text.

As mentioned, the TCP has undergone some major reworking and now has all the major controls available on the MCP including FX, FX bypass, rec arm, rec monitor, input FX, input select and of course, mute and solo.
There's three layouts for the TCP; narrow vertical meters, wide vertical meters and horizontal meters. As before, the MCP has wide and narrow views and views with and without width controls (version 1.1 contains three more MCP layouts in addition to these).

The latest version of this theme contains a basic option which does not require K-System calibration and configuration. Three full K-System versions (K-12, K-14 and K-20) are also included which contain Bob Katz K-System calibration files and full instructions on calibration and setup of the K-System in REAPER.

The download of this theme is a little over 6 MB so it wouldn't fit on the Stash. I have instead uploaded it to Google Drive.


Download the latest version here.




Full downloads of previous versions of this theme can be found here.

Here's some older screen grabs (click images to open full size):

Narrow MCP with mini VU meters and long throw faders.

All options.

Narrow MCP channels with LED level indicators.

Vertical TCP meters.

Horizontal TCP meters.

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Old 11-04-2013, 11:07 PM   #2
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Especially for Pipeline, I'll be adding an FX button to the TCP too.
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Old 11-05-2013, 06:03 AM   #3
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I might consider splitting this theme into two categories, each with their own complete download. One would be a simple to set up version with no K-System calibration or tweaks needed. The other will be the full download with all the instructions and calibration files.

Not everyone is interested in the K-System and perhaps having the whole shebang in one download is putting many off giving the theme a try.

Let me know your thoughts on this idea folks.
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Hi, mate - personally I would prefer something relatively plain-vanilla, since all my output is for my own consumption and never released.

And nice to see you reworking the clay again on this.
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Old 11-05-2013, 06:34 PM   #5
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Very cool Dave.
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Thanks for the feedback guys. Looks like I'll be splitting this into two separate downloads after all. One without K-System tweaks and calibration and one with.
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I've just uploaded the non K-System version of this theme and updated my first post with the details of this release, some screen shots and the download link in the stash.

I'll be uploading the full K-System versions soon too.

Let me know your thoughts guys.
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Old 11-07-2013, 05:12 AM   #8
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Wont be able to play till sunday, but ready to roll when I get the time - Thanks
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Old 11-07-2013, 06:16 AM   #9
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Hi ReaDave.

When you get the time, could you please explain the advantage/practical usage and why one would need this K-system, in Reaper.
Is this about the numbers/steps on the meter only?
Is this made so we all can integrate it into our own themes IF we don't resize it?
I'm used to kinda ignore the meters exept peeking if it sounds crap, but generally using my ears.
Id like to have a "for dummys" explenation from you, your thought, no Wikepedia links please.
If and when you get time Dave, i for one would be interested.

Maby my answers will be in the instructions later.. anyway, till then, my request stands.

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Hi SmajjL,

I will indeed post a reply to your questions later this evening. No doubt such a reply will be of benefit to others who are curious about this too. For now I will state that the K-System is all about headroom and mixing with our ears rather than keeping constant watch on the meters. It is an entire calibrated monitoring setup.
I'll go into more detail later this evening.

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Hi SmajjL,

I will indeed post a reply to your questions later this evening. No doubt such a reply will be of benefit to others who are curious about this too. For now I will state that the K-System is all about headroom and mixing with our ears rather than keeping constant watch on the meters. It is an entire calibrated monitoring setup.
I'll go into more detail later this evening.


Looking forward to your thoughts when you get time.
Thanks dave
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SmajjL,

Below is my very concise description of Bob Katz' K-System.

If you want to read the full details from the man himself, Bob Katz (and I highly recommend you do take a good look because he goes into all the detail I've left out here), check out his website. This is the best way to grasp a full understanding of this system and it's major benefits. It WILL impact your mixes in a very positive way.

Basically, as mentioned earlier, it is a complete calibrated monitoring setup based on 0dB on RMS meters being 83dB C weighted SPL per channel with pink noise at the listening position.

With the K20 standard, the 0dB point on the meters is 20dB below full scale RMS, the K14 standard has 0dB at 14dB below and the K12 standard at 12dB below.

Taking the K20 standard as an example, the idea is that you have a reference listening level of 83dB C weighted RMS at the mix position per channel which still allows 20dB of headroom before clipping (83dB SPLc = 0dB RMS on meters at 20dB below full scale). You'll end up with a quieter mix than the hyper compressed mixes competing in the loudness wars but your mix will be far more dynamic (you can keep more of the transients in your mix and compress less) and you won't have to keep an eye on the meters all the time worrying about clipping.

The K14 standard will give you a louder mix (by 6dB over the K20 standard) but with LESS headroom. The K12 standard is 2dB hotter again with 2dB less headroom.

I have included full instructions on calibrating your room to the K-System in the downloads of the K-System versions of this theme. Also included is a calibration REAPER project with the calibration files from Bob Katz' website. The following text is from those instructions:

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The following procedures require a decent sound pressure level meter.

1
Open the REAPER project contained in the "REAPER calibration project" directory included with this download
and turn down your monitor level (DO NOT adjust any levels in the REAPER project).

2
Set your SPL meter to C weighted slow response and place it at your listening position.

3
Make sure your room is quiet. You want to be measuring ONLY the SPL from your monitors.

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Press play in REAPER and slowly turn up your monitor level control until the SPL meter reads 83dB.
You should only be hearing pink noise from your left speaker.

5
Repeat for the right channel (Pink R Chan) by soloing it (make sure to unsolo the left channel).
Your SPL meter should read very close to 83dB without any adjustments.

You now have your room, monitors and amplifier calibrated to the K-20 system.

6
Make a note of the level setting on your amplifier (or monitors if they are powered).
This is the K-20 reference level.

7
Repeat the steps above and adjust your monitor level control to read 77dB.

8
Make another note of the level setting on your amplifier (or monitors if they are powered).
This is the K-14 reference level.

You now have your room, monitors and amplifier calibrated to the K-14 system.

9
Repeat the steps above and adjust your monitor level control to read 75dB.

10
Make another note of the level setting on your amplifier (or monitors if they are powered).
This is the K-12 reference level.

You now have your room, monitors and amplifier calibrated to the K-12 system.
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Thanks Dave, i will have a go at it when its released, including the instructions.
Sounds like a room treatment procedure.

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This is a momentous effort. Kudos.
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Thanks Dave, i will have a go at it when its released, including the instructions.
Sounds like a room treatment procedure.
It's not really so much a room treatment thing. It's more a monitoring and metering calibration system.
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Thanks heaps for the feedback Sigilus. As far as time is concerned, it indeed has been quite an undertaking. But well worth it even if I was to be the only one that ends up using it regularly. That is, after all, what I designed it for primarily. If others like it too and can use it then that is a bonus.
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It's not really so much a room treatment thing. It's more a monitoring and metering calibration system.
Ok, If i put the question like this.
Is there anything "wrong" with Reapers meters today that needs to improve?
It's digital meters anyway so thats why i wanted your personal feedback, i just want to understand.
Does any other DAW have better meters for example? /why? if yes.
Maby ive been missing out something, ready to learn!
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Dave - I have a rather odd problem since trying your latest non-K theme.
Having used it and then saved the project, I then re-opened it and noticed a sort of halo of sparkling green specks circling the splash screen & when the project opened properly, the same sparkly green bits were appearing in some of what appeared to be full-black areas, but not all.

Worse, I see to get this on ANY theme containing whatever that particular "blak" palette slot contains. It does not appear to be there in any of the plain vanilla themes like the default but all of WT's Imperial variants and some of Albert's themes (although not Pro X Tools) are affected.

Help!


EDIT False alarm - whatever it was turned out to be temporary. I closed reaper down and restarted with no issues.
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Glad you got it sorted ivansc.

I was just working on a fairly midi intensive project today and noticed a small bug with V1 of this theme. The midi sends text is still black which is very hard to read on the new sends graphic. That bug is now fixed and I'll upload a release to deal with this shortly.

SmajjL, have a look at the link in my signature regarding the meters. I've made a detailed feature request about this and some of those suggestions have since been implemented in REAPER updates. Cast your vote there and lets see if we can get more of those suggestions implemented. The dev's do listen.
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Awesome!!! Will be pimpin this in the REAPER Live! setup on thursday
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SmajjL, have a look at the link in my signature regarding the meters. I've made a detailed feature request about this and some of those suggestions have since been implemented in REAPER updates. Cast your vote there and lets see if we can get more of those suggestions implemented. The dev's do listen.
Ohh.. my.. gawd.. and my nose is not even that big..
What ever you are thinking, i agree.
I will read it and hope it's not to advanced for me to understand, thanks.
I know they do, and communicate, and that's my short positive version.
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What ever you are thinking, i agree.
I will read it and hope it's not to advanced for me to understand, thanks.
I know they do, and communicate, and that's my short positive version.
One of the reasons I enjoy using REAPER so much is the attitude and response of the dev's. Their business model is second to none too.
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Really like this. I have always wanted the collapsable TCP where I can have more room in the arrange window.
Only need to do 8 bar sections most of the time, and need a simple collapsable TCP where just a meter can be left showing.
Now I have it.
Most themers never have collapsable TCPs, jar4t is what I use now with bits from everyone, but yours leaves the meter only, my prayers were answered.

Thanks So much ReDave/Danii

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Cool screenshot XITE.
Looks like you've done some tweaking with custom toolbar buttons using my graphics too. Looks good.

I actually originally designed this theme with live location recording as one application. I was working with international touring acts at the time and was using REAPER to record the live gigs on my laptop and needed to see many channels at once, hence the ability to minimise tracks and keep critical information on screen.
Glad it is a good practical solution for you too.
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I've just updated the theme file with a fix for the dark midi hardware sends text. It now shows up with the light grey text which is FAR easier to read.
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Forgot to mention the splash screen has been updated with a new color scheme and 50 percent transparency for background.
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How did you go with the new additions Pipe?
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I do so like the splashscreen, I forgot to mention that.
It was a quite a surprise since I haven't used another theme for a few years now.
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ReaDave - what have you done to Dannii? Let me hear her voice so I know she's okay.



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P.S. That's a might fine board you got there, Dave.
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I do so like the splashscreen, I forgot to mention that.
It was a quite a surprise since I haven't used another theme for a few years now.
Cheers XITE. Have you got the latest version of this theme with the semi-transparent splash?
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The latest complete K-System versions of this theme have now been uploaded. See MY FIRST POST for download links.
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Much appreciated Dave, thanks mate
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You're welcome. Hope you get some use out of this.
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How are people going with the downloads? Is the multi part one on the Stash causing any issues?

I'm curious to know how many have been using this theme.
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Sorry but I am now wrangling my herd of new brass sounds! Session horns AND Chris Hein compact both bought within a day of each other for peanuts.

Time for remedial learning Kontakt classes....

But I promise I will focus and comment on your theme rsn.
Xmas hols coming soon.
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Cheers Ivansc. Have fun with your new sounds.
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A little light reading for you, seeming as the K-System is looking a little long in the tooth as it stands, in the light of the push for loudness normalising...

http://techblog.studio-compyfox.de/m...-System_v2.pdf

This is offered by the Nugen Audio metering plugs and by the rather less expensive Toneboosters' EBULoudness.



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Thanks heaps for the link Nathan. I'll have a read through.
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Hey Readave,

I have been using your non k theme and really like its behavior. I changed over from classic 3. I have a request.....Is thee anyway to add a narrow vertical with name similar to the one in Classic 3 MCP with an added mute. no need for the meters.
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A little light reading for you, seeming as the K-System is looking a little long in the tooth as it stands, in the light of the push for loudness normalising...

http://techblog.studio-compyfox.de/m...-System_v2.pdf

This is offered by the Nugen Audio metering plugs and by the rather less expensive Toneboosters' EBULoudness.



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I have been using your non k theme and really like its behavior. I changed over from classic 3. I have a request.....Is thee anyway to add a narrow vertical with name similar to the one in Classic 3 MCP with an added mute. no need for the meters.
Great to hear you're getting some use out of this RCL. Are you referring to the 'compact vertmix' option in the Default_3.0 theme?
If so, that would be a fairly simple addition to make.

Have you tried the 'narrow' view options I have included already?
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