Dark Side Imperial is a modified version of White Tie's retro-styled Imperial theme. Pyer is responsible for this tweak, which features a different mixer colour scheme from the original version. As in the API-inspired theme, meters are placed at the top of each channel strip in the mixer but, usefully, this section also displays input. Not as fancy as White Tie, but it scales well on both small and big monitors (incl. Mulitple monitors) and the grey dominant theme is easy on the eyes during long sessions. Level 1 2 points 2 years ago. This theme is best used with 1080 and lower resolutions. This theme is compatible with Reaper 6, but does not use the Theme Adjuster - The Recinput is only available in the TCP on the meter when the track is armed. This theme uses faders (aka: 'Sliders') for Volume & Pan instead of knobs. The theme uses Reaper v4 style track coloring. DOWNLOAD REAPER. DOWNLOAD USER GUIDE. Language Packs Themes REAPER Stash SWS REAPER Extension The (unofficial) REAPER Blog. Go to the reaper forums and see if the later (beta) HiDPI version which works in reaper 5.xx is bette., White Tie (the theme developer) has started updating this theme to work better with Hi DPI, plus several other themers have written themes that double the DPI - apparently they even work well on Mac retina screens. College st. paul.What is a REAPER theme?
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REAPER themes are files that can alter the appearance of REAPER. Some aspects of the appearance of the interface can be radically altered, others can be slightly altered and others are fixed and themes are unable to change their appearance whatsoever. You can only use one theme at a time.
Most themes are in the format '.ReaperThemeZip'. Such a theme can be easily installed, tried out and then removed if you don't like it, with no further consequence.
(If a theme comes packed with other files, ignore them for the time being and only install the .ReaperThemeZip.)
You may download new REAPER themes from the Stash, or from this forum, or from a themer's website.
REAPER themes broadly retain compatibility, so even very old themes will work fine with modern versions of the program though they may not always look great, perhaps in areas that did not exist when the theme was made! There's no harm in trying them out, and if they are packaged as .ReaperThemeZip files its just as easy.
Installing a theme
Download the .ReaperThemeZip file to your computer. Remember where you put it! Explore to that folder and find the file. Run REAPER. Now drag and drop the .ReaperThemeZip file onto the REAPER window and ..that's it! REAPER will copy the file to the correct location on your hard drive (which is all that is needed for installation) and switch to that theme.
You can change which of your installed themes you use by going to 'Options > Themes > ' and choosing a different theme.
A theme may come with a number of variations for certain panels:
- Transport : the panel containing the transport controls, time position etc..
- Envelope Panel (EnvCP) : The panels on the left of the arrange area where you control envelope automation.
- Master Mixer Panel : The mixer panel for the master track.
- Mixer Panel (MCP) : The mixer panel for each track.
- Master Track Control Panel : The panel on the left of the arrange area where you control the master track.
- Track Control Panel (TCP) : The panel on the left of the arrange area where you control each track.
You can change which layout you use by going to 'Options > Layouts > ' and choosing between the variations the theme maker has provided for each panel. Alternatively, you can do this using the Layouts tab in the 'Screensets/Layouts' window (View > Screensets/Layouts).
You may change layouts on a per-track basis by selecting one or more tracks and using 'Options > Layout Per Track > ' or by right clicking on a track and using 'Set Track Layout'.
For more on all the things you can do with layouts, see the REAPER User Guide.
Uninstalling a theme
To uninstall a theme from your system, you simply need to delete the .ReaperThemeZip from the appropriate folder. Find this folder by selecting 'Options > Show REAPER resource path in explorer/finder..' and opening the 'ColorThemes' folder.
(If you installed any non-.ReaperThemeZip files that came with a theme, removing or even just disabling them may be much more complicated. Hopefully the theme creator will have provided instructions on how to do that.)
Further details on what to expect when using a theme.
What a theme can and cannot change
Themer makers have access to all the same functionality that is used in the creation of REAPER's default theme. The degree to which they can change things, however, is governed by the depth to which REAPER's theming functionality provides access to each element's appearance:
- Full control over appearance, size, position, and resizing behaviour. - Transport, Envelope Panel (EnvCP), Mixer Panels (MCP), Track Control Panels (TCP) use the powerful WALTER functionality. These are probably the bits you'll see in the theme screenshot
- Some control over appearance, but not size or position - Arrange area, MIDI Editor, Tabs, Scrollbars etc. The themer may also have had to make compromises over elements that share colour definitions or images.
- Limited control using button and fader images and perhaps panel backgrounds - Most secondary windows, bundled ReaEffects.
- No control; OS drawn elements. REAPER makes extensive use of your OS's provided functionality for drawing dropdowns, tick boxes etc. The appearance of these elements is determined by your OS, their size and position is hard-coded into REAPER. The themer will have had to make compromises to make the themed areas 'fit' with these OS elements.
A theme cannot add new controls or functionality to REAPER. However, some themes may remove some controls or visual elements entirely, or on certain layouts.
When you custom colour a track, the appearance of that colour on track panels, mixer panels and track items may have been defined by the theme maker, who has (from V5 of REAPER onwards) full control over where, and how strongly, the custom colour is applied.
Tinting - In older themes, or themes that do not use the V5 custom colour theming functionality, the custom colour is applied by compositing the colour over the top. The location and strength of this 'tint' for media items, as a user preference for all themes that use it, is set in 'Options > preferences > Appearance > Peaks/Waveforms > Custom Colors'.
If you are currently using a theme that makes use of the V5 functionality, these preferences will be grayed out to indicate that the preferences you may have set will have no effect on this theme.
Further reading : Custom colouring for Themers
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