msvs wrote:- the "copy OSC" includes all of the knob values, so...
- You can have a 2x detune, by just opening 2 OSC tabs and detune and pan them independently however you want it.
- you can clone your OSCs very easily by using the above mentioned "copy the OSC to another tab" feature
So everything I said has a boiled down answer that just tells me to use a new oscillator, basically forcing me to copy the oscillator every time i do a minor tweak... which basically means being unable to hear changes directly since I would be working on one single side at a time. Not to mention that it's more cpu hungry.
Don't you see how detrimental that can be for the workflow? And that's just for two voices, imagine 4. And while the macro section keeps their parameters linked even if I overwrite an oscillator with the copy of the main sound, if I want to add a macro for specific values I have to do it twice, or four times depending on the number of the voices (but at least in the macro section i can type in numeric values, unlike all other knobs).
Let me be clear, I'm grateful for the synth and I definitely don't want to come across as hostile, but I don't want to be treated as an idiot either by watching you making the assumption that I talk without even testing, and so far most of the feedback I've been trying to give is almost being ignored.
On the other hand you suggest I use several oscillators as a workaround, using more cpu and requiring me to take a lot more time to do a very simple task that literally any synth with unison can do in a very simple way.
Given that this is your approach to someone expressing how dreadful the unison is for certain types of sound, I guess I can only try to come to terms with it.
After all, to me it doesn't seem so surprising nor exceptional to ask if there is ever going to be a unison that by design doesn't move the overall sound out of tune (because of course if you add a lower voice the beating frequency is also lower than the original sound) and that has actual panning instead of having only the added voice that moves to one side. Nobody is asking you to change it completely because that would be stupid. It's just that the classic unison is a lot more versatile, doesn't put the sound out of tune (therefore doesn't need fixing every time I want to increase or decrease detuning) and above all allows me to hear the changes as soon as I make them, which is really important imo.
Anyway, I'll attach a preset of the "workaround" for anyone interested.
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