If these odd, undefined and occasionally Tourette-laden requests vaguely relating to something about waveform colouring were narrowed down to a more succinct request, I might add a like heart to the request.
There seems to be two ideas wafting around, both described as “Waveform colors”
I like the waveform showing 3 colours, one colour for bass, one for midrange, one for treble… BUT I want to choose what ea h of those three colours are.
having bass, midrange and treble ain’t enough for me. I dont want my music split into just three colours. I want 8, 50, 200, 16.8 million colours in my waveforms coz I’m so fantastic, I can tell the difference between colour # 23784 (acoustic guitar) and colour # 23788 (out of tune acoustic guitar)
There’s also a third minority of
- I don’t want any waveforms, or any info on screen at all in fact coz I’m such an amazing DJ that I don’t need any help and I want everyone who looks over my shoulder to say that I must be amazing to be able to DJ with just blank screens !
If a feature request came in for suggestion # 1 above, then I’d give it a like. Maybe it could be implanted by three colour wheels, like the ones we have for platter colour. Each colour wheel would have either Bass, Midrange or treble written above it. One option for users would be to choose the same colour for all three (bass, midrange, treble) bands so that people just see a single coloured waveform… an add on idea springs to mind that the waveforms for each layer colour be a single colour that matches the platter colour for that layer to make it easy to see what layer is what song etc