Envelope visual changes?

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  1. MINIGUNPUNK

    MINIGUNPUNK Ultrasonic

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    As you can see, I draw lines and the media item does not change its appearance, I want when you draw lines or change the envelope, then change the wave of the item, visually, to see the changes, how to enable this?
    P.S. Its volume envelope im press "V"

    P.S... I would also like to see a visual change in the audio tracks when I do compression, for example, is it possible?
     
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  3. Sinus Well

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    Best Answer
    Use Pre-FX Volume Envelope.
     
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    MINIGUNPUNK Ultrasonic

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    woah, thats great. I changed the action from Volume, to Pre FX Volume, it worked. I understand that to see the visual changes, I need to look for Pre FX plugins?
     
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    Pre-FX means before inserted plugins.
     
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    No Avenger Moderator Staff Member

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    Pre-FX (Volume, Pan, Width) is not a plugin, it's a feature.
     
  7. MINIGUNPUNK

    MINIGUNPUNK Ultrasonic

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    Yeah man, after a while, I get it.
    I like Reaper, I have almost everything set up for me, the toolbar, complete freedom of action. But I miss FL Studio a little, it was faster there, but it's okay, you'll get used to it and you'll be fine.
    I like Reaper because of the community and the developers stance. They do it for the people and the comfort, it makes me happy and Reaper is more customized and stable. But as a regular user of FL Studio it's a little bit hard to switch, but after a week I'm getting used to it and I like this visual audio editing feature, FL has no such thing, in general it's cool, I try to forget FL because every year or two it gets updated and I see that many professionals work with Reaper or Pro Tools or Cubase and FL is used by mostly inexperienced, non-professionals.
    Automation in Reaper is an art form in its own right. For me and probably for many people it is very convenient and coolly organized, it is also much more convenient to work with vocals, and also like the feature that you can hang effects on a separate media item, etc., and in FL you had to make a "Unique" piece that you want to edit separately.
     
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  8. samsome

    samsome Platinum Record

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    its good to have that perspective on another daw...i mainly use Reaper and i always wonder what i'm missing from other DAW's, so thats a plus to know
     
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