The other thing is help to use EQ 5 Native DSP.
Its bring up a new Console Style EQ window and edit track eq. (like any vst) The window is display the track name and all the settings with knobs. It a bit faster to edit multiple EQs in this way.
suggestion for 808 drum sounds:
Detect if you’re in Waveform in Sample Editor, then switch back to it so that the sample is rendered. Currently what happens is if you’re in the waveform tab, and generate something, all you see is an empty waveform, you need to get out of waveform tab and back to it to see what was rendered.
you’re using this to create a snap for the snare, any chance that could be softened? (looks dangerously close to utilizing dcoffset or something for the click)
doing a detection of “are you in this tab, then, refresh back to this tab” would be completely invisible to the user, and would fix it without needing user input.
if you’re absolutely against doing it yourself, i can take your code and modify it to do exactly that and send it back to you.