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Jedinhopy
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Postby Jedinhopy; Fri Dec 02, 2016 2:27 pm Which modular environment can do this?

The polyphonic velocity from (MIDI CHANNEL 2) chooses the velocity sample on (MIDI CHANNEL 1).

The polyphonic velocity on (MIDI CHANNEL 1) only multiplies the volume of the sample on (MIDI CHANNEL 1).
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Postby deastman; Fri Dec 02, 2016 2:42 pm Re: Which modular environment can do this?

I reckon MaxMSP could do that easily enough.
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Postby Jedinhopy; Fri Dec 02, 2016 3:06 pm Re: Which modular environment can do this?

deastman wrote:I reckon MaxMSP could do that easily enough.
The MIDI standard or the VST standard is too limited.
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Postby deastman; Fri Dec 02, 2016 6:38 pm Re: Which modular environment can do this?

What do the MIDI and VST standards have to do with it? We're talking about a MIDI processor here... something that receives MIDI notes and velocity, and sends it back out. No big deal.
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Postby whyterabbyt; Sat Dec 03, 2016 2:33 am Re: Which modular environment can do this?

deastman wrote:What do the MIDI and VST standards have to do with it?


Nothing, its just the usual jedinhopy 'reject all help and suggestions with a nonsequitur' nonsense.
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Postby Jedinhopy; Sat Dec 03, 2016 5:45 am Re: Which modular environment can do this?

whyterabbyt wrote:
deastman wrote:What do the MIDI and VST standards have to do with it?


Nothing, its just the usual jedinhopy 'reject all help and suggestions with a nonsequitur' nonsense.
Should you say because this is impossible to do polyphonically in kontakt and reaktor.

A monophonic variant might be possible in the REAKTOR environment, but then i can't have long decaying notes that overlap into each other polyphonically.
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Postby ew; Mon Dec 05, 2016 9:43 am Re: Which modular environment can do this?

Jedinhopy wrote:
whyterabbyt wrote:
deastman wrote:What do the MIDI and VST standards have to do with it?


Nothing, its just the usual jedinhopy 'reject all help and suggestions with a nonsequitur' nonsense.
Should you say because this is impossible to do polyphonically in kontakt and reaktor.

A monophonic variant might be possible in the REAKTOR environment, but then i can't have long decaying notes that overlap into each other polyphonically.

?

There's no reason why you couldn't make a polyphonic version in Reaktor using multiple voice
modules. Where it might get iffy is translating the channel values; channel info modules *might* work here, but I'm not certain.

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Postby Jedinhopy; Mon Dec 05, 2016 3:02 pm Re: Which modular environment can do this?

And with REAKTOR, this is impossible too because polyphony handling is totally random and unique for every voice and midi channel + port.
And for 100 voices polyphony. You need 100 (from voice) modules + 100 (to voice) modules.
100 instrument inputs and outputs + 100 macro inputs and outputs.

Beyond the:
(No more In-Terminals in this module allowed.) .


And even then if there was no module amount limitation.
Then it easily would overload the CPU meter.
So it would be impossible to do nonetheless. Specifically when having a very high polyphony count.
9999 voices polyphony in this case.
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Postby ew; Mon Dec 05, 2016 6:59 pm Re: Which modular environment can do this?

Which raises the question- why in the hell would you need to do that in the first place?

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Postby Jedinhopy; Tue Dec 06, 2016 4:41 am Re: Which modular environment can do this?

ew wrote:Which raises the question- why in the hell would you need to do that in the first place?

ew


It is for a synthetic sample ibrary that i am trying to create.
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Postby CinningBao; Tue Dec 06, 2016 7:41 am Re: Which modular environment can do this?

I know you've got Bidule - have you protoyped it in that?
Until you report back and say it cannot be done in Bidule, you ain't gonna get much help here
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Postby Jedinhopy; Fri Dec 09, 2016 2:10 pm Re: Which modular environment can do this?

CinningBao wrote:I know you've got Bidule - have you protoyped it in that?
Until you report back and say it cannot be done in Bidule, you ain't gonna get much help here
I have the wave samples ready.
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Postby CinningBao; Sat Dec 10, 2016 3:41 am Re: Which modular environment can do this?

Have you prototyped it in Bidule yet? I'm pretty sure you could build 1 octave of whatever-this-thing-is
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Postby Jedinhopy; Sat Dec 10, 2016 6:18 am Re: Which modular environment can do this?

Bidule is not as easy to use as Reaktor.
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Postby yellowmix; Sat Jan 14, 2017 12:38 am Re: Which modular environment can do this?

ReaScript.
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