Since DC'12 is near its end, any post DC'12 suggestions?
Things that will most probably be included:
1)Amplitude velocity sensitivity (actually was implemented - just disconnected
it when I was testing some things - and forgot to switch it back
2)1x or 2x Note probability for sequencer
3)Slightly improved DCA model
4)Self-oscillation for some filter modes
5)Some resonace modifications for some filter modes.
6)4x somewhat less useful features will be removed.
7)Various small gain/phase/depth/range etc. etc. scaling adjustments
More automatable parameters.
9)128+ presets(compared to the current 64)
Things that will never be included:
1)Osc sync - just doesn't sound right in this synth's context.
2)Normal vanilla Ringmodulation - I prefer the "x-mix 1/2" option - tastes a bit more like granidilla.
Things that *might* be included:
1)Keytrack - for envolpes' attack/decay/release times.
2)Another chorus unit(or two or three - I'm an addict).
3)"reset envelope" for sequencer (slightly tricky to implement currently - but I will do it if more people request it).
4)Simple up/down Sequencer -> for the Sequencer - If I can find a viable way to fit it into the GUI!
5)More routing capabilities - any suggestions?
6)Another more ad hoc/experimental reverb.
One-shot -> transient waves generator category for Generator3 - same concept as in the roland d-50 - but no looping. Got most of the data ready (and the release forms signed) - just need to delve into the madness of soundfonts - which I am admittedly not well versed in. So this is a big maybe.
9)Aftertouch - but to what?
10)Master 3-Band EQ.
11)Gate/Duck for reverbs and BPM delay.
12)Phase reset by key-trigger - for some generator waveshapes/processes (when available).
13)Phase reset by key-trigger - for most LFO waveshapes.
Everything on the "*might*" list is up for you guys to decide - what will be implemented or not - just give me a shoutout as to what you'd like or would be useful. Other suggestions are always very welcome!
P.S. A very small and nasty and aliasy synth called "Bitwiser" is on its way - only 1 carrier and 1 modulator - based solely on Bitwise Logical Synthesis. With some tweaks - of course.