Titanium Theme - Top Secret collabration with Scook

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2018/10/09 12:16:18 (permalink)

Titanium Theme - Top Secret collabration with Scook

My last recent control bar helped me figure out some things, so I created another. This time based off Scook's Turcury blue them, with a whole new control bar, clean and minimal. Is meant to be based of the Engineering suite's LP EQ, MB Comp,and Adaptive limiter, but even though the background PNGs colour match, the roll over filters are adding to the tonality and its not quite there. 
 

 
Screen showing large modules

 
Screen showing Control Bar set to the bottom of the screen à la Engineering suite.
 

 
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https://www.dropbox.com/s...v0w7/Titanium.sth?dl=0
 
post edited by Kamikaze - 2018/10/09 12:47:26

 
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    Re: Titanium Theme - Top Secret collabration with Elffin 2018/10/09 12:26:05 (permalink)
    Kamikaze
    My last recent control bar helped me figure out some things, so I created another. This time based off Elffins Turcury blue them...

    Not a big deal but it is based on my old Tuncury theme which was last updated 24 Apr 2017. Maybe Elffin modified it too, IDK. Of course you are free to use it or any of my themes but there have been quite a few changes sine Tuncury was updated.
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    Re: Titanium Theme - Top Secret collabration with Elffin 2018/10/09 12:29:35 (permalink)
    My apologies, I've amended the title. I think I misreadwhen I took it from the Software Forum's sickie that Eiffin managed. 

     
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    Re: Titanium Theme - Top Secret collabration with Elffin 2018/10/09 12:42:05 (permalink)
    It's OK. There are a lot of contributions in the Resources and Utilities thread from various forum members. FWIW, the only theme of mine that is close to current is Tuncury Light Green. I stopped updating all the others when Cakewalk made it clear in April 2017 that themes would not be backward compatible.
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    Re: Titanium Theme - Top Secret collabration with Elffin 2018/10/09 23:39:22 (permalink)
    Now we re all on free DAW, no nee for backwards compatibility really, but of course as new features are added, the themes need to contain them.
     
    I think theme editor allows us to be really creative with the themes. So far everyone seems content with changing the hue, adding filters, but not really creating anything new.With my three control bars, they were designed from the ground up, looking a how to manipulate the rules of how the modules look and the buttons function. I've tried to create something different, than modified. I really hope that others do the same. One poster 2 years back was doing an Ableton flat simplistic theme, it looked rely cool, but it dried up. I guess that the was obstacle built into theme that create a conflict, or he just got bored.
     
    I'm was really happy to see that e can now colourise the Performance Modules bars, as their fixed colours stood out like a aw thumb on some themes, it aslo showed Bandlab are sticking with the Theme Editor. It wouldn't have surprised me if it was dropped.

     
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    Re: Titanium Theme - Top Secret collabration with Elffin 2018/10/15 10:28:40 (permalink)
    I see you have added the BandLab flask logo to the Tools Module....good show!

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    Re: Titanium Theme - Top Secret collabration with Elffin 2018/10/15 10:35:08 (permalink)


     
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