Since there is such a variety of stereo and mono blocks, it would be really helpful if the signal path grid lines could indicate whether the signal itself is stereo or mono.
For example, any mono signal could stay white (as it is currently), and any stereo signal on one row could be a mix of white with another color. I’m using blue in my example.
This would help to visualize how the signal is being maintained throughout the chain of effects blocks.
1000% brilliant request!!
yeah, simple and effective idea
I’d vote for this if i had votes available…
Using the idea of multiple signal path lines to indicate a function, building on that:
Turning on the CPU Monitor should turn these signal paths into fatter lines, to indicate what block raises system latency. So you can have cpu usage as a % and know immediately what block or path is raising overall latency (like FX Loop or Pitch Shifter) by raising line thickness after the block.
No no no, stop right there. Let’s keep it simple, don’t bring latency into this.
I agree, while I think the idea could be useful, it should be it’s own request - stereo vs latency have no intertwined dependencies to deliver. And I’d rather get this one first as a simpler ask, than to complicate it with multiple overloaded requirements on the grid lines. But this (stereo) feels like an easy ask to implement with large impact/benefit.
I’d suggest making a new request, referencing this one and then describing how you’d want latency visualized. I wouldn’t piggyback it into this request