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motugen
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The info bar and parameter numbers

Hi,
I was wondering how do you guys set for example a compressor's ratio, treshold, phaser rate, etc. when there are no numbers of these parameters showing in the info bar. How do you deal with that? Is there any place in Caustic where these numbers are visible (like in Mastering app for example)?

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The only way you can. By ear.

The only way you can. By ear. 

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motugen
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Joined: 03/20/2015 - 07:06
What if I want to be precise?

What if I want a little more precision?

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Someone could create a skin

Someone could create a skin that had numbers around the various controls on the Machines, FX and mixer but they'd probably be too small to be really useful.

I think there was some suggestion (a long time ago) that the numbers could float when the controls are operated / held and disappear when released but I'm not sure whether Rej seriously considered it.

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To set compression right in

To set compression right in Caustic, you need to consider using more then one compressor. That's all I know about compression within this app. Most of the job I do with EQ, and when EQ and the limiter fails, I use compressor.

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Thank You all for the

Thank You all for the responses!
@James,
"...I think there was some suggestion (a long time ago) that the numbers could float when the controls are operated / held and disappear when released but I'm not sure whether Rej seriously considered it."

That is what I am talking about and it will be enough, but if really that suggestion was a long time ago I doubt if it will ever be implemented unfortunately, considering Rej took a sabatical or whatever it is. I hope that he wont abandon this project completely cause Caustic is a great piece of software and just needs some minor improvements, in my opinion.