The idea here was to only show settings if they are things that normal users would need to change. Typically, we thought that a user would select a preset, tweak some of the high level settings a bit to change the sound, enable the required FM settings and be done with it. Preemphasis is definitely something that they would need to set based on their location. But the FM lowpass frequency doesn't seeem to be something that they would touch - in fact, in many other processors there's not even a setting for it. For example in the Omnia.9 and 9sg which uses our FM stage, it's set to 16.4 kHz and you cannot change that.
So, since multiple people have run into this: Can you explain why an average user would need this?
I can fully understand trying to make a less cluttered interface, but where a single function that is typically used to adjust levels to compensate different environments then I
would be asking if hiding it is worth the effort.
Coming from the old interface of moving between basic, advanced and tweaker, I guess I miss having items I would regularly have exposed now being hidden.
Would be nice if you could "pin open" these so when you go back to the page, they are already open until you "unpin" them.