I’m sure there’s a technical reason why parametric is ‘better,’ but is there any reason why we can’t/shouldn’t have a 10-band graphic EQ with sliders? Graphically like any pedal, a Mesa Boogie amp, or a 1985 combo stereo receiver? I’m probably too dense to quickly grok the rotary knob thing, whereas with sliders, I can see at a glance what I want to do. Plus, it corresponds visually to what a frequency metering shows.
The other thing:
I would love to be able to save an effect block as a preset without dragging it to a folder in the sidebar, and then—more importantly—be able to select that preset with an option+click in that preset block rather than having to drag it back in from the sidebar folder.
Basically, I have folders of profiles in Rig Manager for each guitar and when I’m editing one of those profiles, I don’t want to have to go to another folder to look for a preset, drag it onto the block and then return to that preset in that folder.
Is there a way to turn blocks on and off without double clicking? I kinda feel like a click should be what selects a block, but a radio button in the corner of each block would be more effective to turn them on or off. Similar to the Lock button, but more obvious. Maybe I’m just clumsy, but with selecting and on/off both being some variation of the click, I’m always turning something on/off by accident when all I wanted to do was select it… or vice versa.