My feature request,
A drawing grid with option to snap to grid. It doesn't look like that could be a feature with the current UI, but maybe you will consider it If you have a motivation for this idea, I can help you implement it.
Oh yes! The scope of suggestions being considered is really exciting. The export options being considered, woah!
DNR Collaborative wrote:
ChiTown24 wrote:U-He Zebra 2048 (if im not mistaken it creates a wavetable a size of 16 cycles with a length of 128 samples each adding up to a total of 2048, or is it a wavtable of 8 cycles of 128 adding up to 1024 ?) file extension .h2p
I don't know if this will be added though, as we have sent e-mails to Urs with no response, so for now it will have to wait until a later version.
Im sure Urs is just busy. :(:(
I guess this being payware makes it different than other non-U-he projects that could generate "the .h2p", but Id think he would respond. Politely even.
I think he even officially endorses 'blueberry thing' on his page somewhere though.
camsr wrote:My feature request, A drawing grid with option to snap to grid. It doesn't look like that could be a feature with the current UI, but maybe you will consider it If you have a motivation for this idea, I can help you implement it.
I think the snaping to the grid would be good for freeform drawing or the node editing section, and have added it to the feature requests in the initial post
a function _i_ am looking for in this great tool would be, that one could to multisamples, where the wave generation is based on lowest and highest note. as an explanation:
some (actually quite a few analog synths) are generation a rather basic waveform (i.e. a pulse), which are then shaped with a series of allpasses, highpasse and/or other filters. these filters are static, and produce the desired waveform not to be the same on each pitch (i.e. solina), but the waveform differs as the pitch goes up. essentially the waveform is _not_ the same on c1 as it is on c6 due to the static filtering.
so i would love to see a possibility to free-form the waveform on c1 and c6 for instance, and then batch render a single cycle series of each note from c1 to c6, essentially morphing from c1 to c6. these then could not only be used to create wavetables, but also be used in samplers as single cycle samples... would actually open a very convenient way to be able to create analog-like waveforms which should sound a lot more like some analog synths. more similar than synths based on wavetables/samples, where the base-wave is just one single cycle of an analog synth (where the problem is, that the waveform is just pitched up like a sample).
that would be a bomb...
reg, the brok
-gear is as good as the innovation behind it-the man-
I would really appreciate the ability to generate 256 sample .HEX files for use with my Harvestman Piston Honda. With the new "super expander" on the way, there will be a lot of people hungry to burn new wavetables, and this program could come in very handy.