But Auria isn't "most DAWs", it's the next level DAW.Rim wrote:The lighting of the buttons are consistent with most desktop DAWs, and that's why I chose to do it this way (so that users that are coming from a desktop DAW will be familiar to the functionality). The FX button lights to tell you there's an effect or a channelstrip section which is active. Once you open the Fx window, there's a Bypass button at the top that lights to tell you bypass is active. It may seem counter-intuitive to have a lit button mean different things on different buttons, but it's the way most DAWs do it. I could make it more consistent by using an Enable button instead of a Bypass button, but most DAWs don't do it that way.
You can do whatever you feel is better than those DAWs.