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rj0
KVRist
 
261 posts since 17 Sep, 2010

Postby rj0; Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:03 am Re: Spectral suggestions (.. and questions)

Peter from LinPlug wrote:
rj0 wrote:Add 'Blend' to the mod matrix destinations. :ud:


Blending is a editing function of the waveforms, thus not available to modulation. However, this is exactly what you can do with the tow waveforms in each oscillator modulating the Mix :wink:


Ahh, true, but modulating Mix is modulating along a straight line between just two selected waveforms.

Being able to modulate Blend as well would literally add new dimensions. :ud:
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1157 posts since 24 Oct, 2000
 

Postby Peter from LinPlug; Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:14 am Re: Spectral suggestions (.. and questions)

rj0 wrote:
Peter from LinPlug wrote:
rj0 wrote:Add 'Blend' to the mod matrix destinations. :ud:


Blending is a editing function of the waveforms, thus not available to modulation. However, this is exactly what you can do with the tow waveforms in each oscillator modulating the Mix :wink:


Ahh, true, but modulating Mix is modulating along a straight line between just two selected waveforms.

Being able to modulate Blend as well would literally add new dimensions. :ud:


If you refer to the Blend function in the Harmonic Editor (I'm not sure anymore), than Mix would do exactly the same but between the two waveforms in one Oscillator. And Blend is the Harmonic Editor is the same as Mix, but between one Oscillator waveform and an imaginary one (so to say). However, as you may have noticed a Blend requires way more CPU but cannot be modulates therefore. You're right however, that the Filter blending cannot be made by modulating Mix (that would required doubling the filters which is probably what cooks even todays CPU's.
rj0
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261 posts since 17 Sep, 2010

Postby rj0; Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:22 am Re: Spectral suggestions (.. and questions)

Peter from LinPlug wrote:
rj0 wrote:
Peter from LinPlug wrote:
rj0 wrote:Add 'Blend' to the mod matrix destinations. :ud:


Blending is a editing function of the waveforms, thus not available to modulation. However, this is exactly what you can do with the tow waveforms in each oscillator modulating the Mix :wink:


Ahh, true, but modulating Mix is modulating along a straight line between just two selected waveforms.

Being able to modulate Blend as well would literally add new dimensions. :ud:


If you refer to the Blend function in the Harmonic Editor (I'm not sure anymore), than Mix would do exactly the same but between the two waveforms in one Oscillator. And Blend is the Harmonic Editor is the same as Mix, but between one Oscillator waveform and an imaginary one (so to say). However, as you may have noticed a Blend requires way more CPU but cannot be modulates therefore. You're right however, that the Filter blending cannot be made by modulating Mix (that would required doubling the filters which is probably what cooks even todays CPU's.


All true.

Still, imagine. (and not even a significant GUI change)
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