292 posts since 28 Oct, 2014
oops i posted a new topic but i'll paste here too:
Ok so i'm running into an issue when creating a bank of techno loops.
Most of these loops contain comb filters and SB (is that sideband?) being triggered by a very low pitched osc (more or less a single click per kick) and involves morphing to alternate versions of the loop with Y1.
Now creating the perfect sound from these modules requires a lot of fine tuning of certain parameters and then i need to set 3 or 4 targets for Y1.
This takes a lot of experimentation to find a morph path that sounds good at every point in Y1's path, and i often find myself having to switch off one of the targets to find a problem in one of the others.
Well, obviously, as switching off a target involves either double clicking to zero, or reassigning that slot to none, it's a very painstaking process and i'll often spend so long fixing or fine tuning something, i forget the original settings.
Now i know i could go old school, and write down the settings before i reset, but i was just thinking, wouldn't it be awesome if i could just click a little bypass button for each of the targets, and carry on working with no stress?
So here i am politely asking you to consider this in a future update. There is plenty of space in that 8 slot panel for individual bypass, and if it's an easy thing to do, would speed up my workflow dramatically!
Thanks for reading