User Reviews by KVR Members for Shortcircuit
Version reviewed: 1.1.2 on Windows.
Last edited by Sendy on 11th September 2011.
Version reviewed: 1.1 on Windows.
Last edited by hesnotthemessiah on 6th November 2007.
Version reviewed: 1.0.15 on Windows.
Last edited by swivel on 27th April 2005.
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Is there a way to change patches/presets via program change in Shortcircuit ?
ANY info would be greatly appreciated.
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Is it a joke???
Just before the beginning of the specifications the text says "...phase-modulation (better known as FM)..."
Are you really serious!? Don't you know that there is absolutely not any relation between phase modulation (exactly the term is "phase distortion") and frequency modulation ???
Absolutely nothing to do between the techniques of phase modulation and frequency modulation!!.
With such a confusion I really doubt that you know exactly the synthesis techniques you employ in this VST apart the use of samples!!! It is probably a good (even excellent) sampler... but doing a so obvious confusion between phase modulation and frequency modulation is very, very, very strange for users who master one (or both) of these two techniques!!.
BlackWinny, with all due respect, you are the one who is confused. For sine wave carriers and modulators, PM and FM are essentially the same -- Yamaha used PM in the DX-7 but called it FM, for example. You can find many references on this subject. Here is one example:
"Phase distortion" is just Casio's marketing name for Phase Modulation BTW.
"It has a beat slicer for drum loop"
for pity's sake, can someone tell me where this 'slicing' function is??
i am about to give up on this entirely it's so frustrating...
Set the button saying "forward" to sliced and add slices with Ctrl + Left Mouse.
ok, that's a great help. however i am now stuck on how to assign the slices into zones?
at the moment, even though the slices are mapped to a key each, i cannot seem to select a single slice to edit. all i have is the whole loop, i cannot isolate each individual slice... if i COULD i think i would be a very happy shopper indeed : /.
( here is a screengrab of what i have at the moment: https://www.dropbox.com/s/m04v5u98ktoftks/shortcircuit_grab.jpg)
If you look here:
You will find a downloadable Shortcircuit knowledge base ;-) Many answers to yet unasked questions :)