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What does morph do in VA mode?

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kmmcdonald
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131 posts since 31 Oct, 2009

Postby kmmcdonald; Mon May 14, 2012 9:01 am What does morph do in VA mode?

What does morph work in VA mode?

I have a patch with sources A and B, each with a separate waveform, and each in VA mode. When I morph between the two sources, the pitch and pan morphs, but only the source A waveform is audible.

thanks

Keith
Keith
Glendale, AZ USA
ugo
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5457 posts since 6 Jan, 2003, from Leesburg VA, USA

Postby ugo; Wed May 16, 2012 4:55 am

Hi Keith,

In VA mode, Alchemy does not morph between the waveforms - only the knob settings morph. Similarly, different filter modes will not morph between sources, only the settings change. So when set to a morph mode, Alchemy retains source A's selections for all non-variable functions. To get source B's waveform and filter to come through, you'll need to use a cross-fade mode instead of a morph.

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