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Exyy CMD where I can offset any of the instrument's modulations

modulation offset instrument

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#1 beatsgo

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Posted 09 April 2018 - 18:56

Not sure if this popped up yet but it would be interesting and neat if you can offset the individual instrument's Modulations for some unique sounds. This is especially effective when doing portamento. Not looking to adjust the individual Modulation DSP devices. x would represent either Volume, Panning, Pitch, Cutoff (or whatever type of filter you're using), Reso, Drive. y would represent the offset value.


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Posted Today, 04:30

sweet move 



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Posted Today, 15:32

Sounds a lot like the envelope offset (Exx) command to me. 

It works globally, not affecting any particular domain (pitch, pan etc) and is implemented as a "duration-based" percentage of the total. 

 

Let me try to explain that last part:

Imagine you have two fader devices - one is an abrupt slope down (50 ms), the other a gradual fade over 5 seconds. 

 

If you enter E80, this will effectively trigger both devices from their halfway point - 

which will result in otherwise "unreachable" combinations, as the quick slope usually is done before the slow one even starts to decay. 


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