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-psycledelics- Discussions TECH BOARD Useful duplicator functionality
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Taika-Kim




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Hmm, one thing about the note duplicator.
I noticed that you can also tweak multiple synths with only one twk/tws column with this one!

So for example make a few synths, offset the cutoffs a bit and then tweak the duplicator with an appropriate value (use the target synths' cutoff parameter value of course) and VOILA, instant cool filterbank! And so on...

If this is a feature, I hope it's made official because this is very nice!

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it would be nice to be able to do this with different synths i.e. assign the same tws/twk command to a series of different commands on different VSTs i.e. play a z3ta+ and a Vanguard simultaneously...


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That's a VERY cool idea!

The more I play with this thing, the cooler is starts to feel.

I would LOVE to see a virtual mod-matrix that could be patched to several synths at one time...
Many synths lack a really deep mod. matrix (I'm so used to the mods of my Waldorf mQ...) and a generator with envelopes, LFOs, logic operators (AND, XOR, etc) and so on that could modulate ANY parameter of ANY other generator would be sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo cool!

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lol that's even more complicated than my idea....

but that would be VERY useful. It could be a way to simulate sidechain compression

but even at the basic level, it would be good if you could set

and so when you used the twk/tws command on the note duplicator, it scaled the responses for each of the generators based on these settings.


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This reminded me of one thing:
Why are all the Psycle generators' parameters usually programmed to work in a scale of 0-127 or 0-255 in the best case?

Finetuning filters, delays and so on it would be VERY useful to have double a scale of 0-32767 or even half of that. I like to tune effects, but due to logarithmics the increase of a filter by 1 will result in a jump of several hundred HZ with filters (if considering the upper end) for example.

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very good point taika, that's one reason I avoid some of the native machines and filters - I can't adjust the high frequencies very well...


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