Diggin' the new parallel waveforms in the recent 3.1 update, well done NI! I would like to share a few suggestions to make parallel waveforms even better, here goes: 1. Allow showing/hiding of parallel waveforms individually If I want to align the tracks in Decks A and D, I'd rather hide the parallel waveforms of Decks B and C so A could be directly on top of D—much easier to judge alignment. I would put the corresponding checkboxes under Preferences > Decks Layout, here's a mock-up: These checkboxes would need to be midi-mappable, to enable users to control visibility from MIDI hardware. Finally, I would put a toggle button directly on the UI of track and stem decks to make this more accessible, maybe like this: 2. Exclude Live Input and Remix decks from parallel display automatically Currently, these display as empty lanes that don't serve any useful purpose and waste screen space. It would be better if the didn't display at all. 3. Allow waveform range to be independent of display resolution Maybe this is a tricky one, but on my Surface Pro 4 display at 200% display scaling setting I can see a total of 55 beats left and right of the centre playhead, at the lowest zoom level in the parallel waveform display. If I reduce display scaling, the waveforms are able to display more beats (better but UI too small). When aligning two currently playing tracks ahead of time, ideally I'd like to be able to see at least 64 beats "into the future", even on a small display. I don't know if that makes sense. Lowering my display scaling works but text in Traktor becomes too small to read comfortably. Thanks!